Meet the Makers

Hooked on a Lure

At 91 Kyogle local John Langley is probably the oldest stall holder at the Rotary Kyogle Bazaar. And his product is unique: hand sculpted fishing

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Shedhouse Farm

What one food producer sees as waste, Mick and Cassie Real see as top ingredients for fermented or dehydrated food products. They established the Shedhouse

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Bit of a Yarn

Katy Gillette’s sock stall at the monthly Rotary Kyogle Bazaar is familiar to those who frequent this artisan market. Socked by Katy offers a range

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A Paper Trail

Rappville resident Cathy Cook has always been a maker, even building her own small home as a young woman, extending it with walls of bottles

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Colourful homemade soaps

In A Lather

They say you can’t wash away your troubles but making soap did just that for Adrian Botting. He regularly sells his wares at the Rotary

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Linda Olive

Firstly, could you briefly introduce yourself:I am a Kyogle local based at Homeleigh. I call my market stall Linda’s Homemade Soy Candles and Bath Bombs.

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Bev and Rod Clark

Collins Creek Honey

Firstly, could you introduce yourselves and your product: We are Bev and Rod Clark, beekeepers based in Collins Creek. We harvest honey and beeswax from which

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Katrina Estereich sitting under a tree at the markets. AN older woman, perhaps Katrina's Mum is poking her head into the photo.

Katrina Estereich

Firstly, could you briefly introduce yourself?My name is Katrina Estereich and I have lived in Lismore a long time. So my home was flooded twice

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Different sized and shaped portable cookers made from reused gas cylinders

Bob Leeson

Firstly, could you briefly introduce yourself?My name is Bob Leeson. I’ve lived in Casino about 60 years but was born in Tunglebung near Bonalbo. I

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