Words By Anthony Pancia / Photos By Mark Boskell
Like most great ideas, the inspiration for Fair Harvest came to Jodie Lane out of sheer necessity.
For years beforehand, she had pursued and engaged in environmental activism, while establishing a base camp for fellow protestors on a corner of her parents’ sprawling farm in Margaret River.
While actively encouraging their daughter’s ideals, Mr and Mrs Lane began to get a bit concerned about the number of cars and campers who’d set up on the block, and gently urged her to do something about it.
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