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 A conversation with Rebecca Noble from

Dish the Dirt Podcast

Tara Luca is from Olive Gap Farm, a certified organic family farm run by herself, her husband and her two sister in laws in Northern NSW. They produce native essential oils and small scale slow seasonal flowers. A former musician and birth doula, Tara has been living off grid on an intentional community with her husband Alex and their three daughters for the past ten years. The farming developed out of their love of homesteading, growing food, owner/building and building soil from scratch. Tara now writes for Earth Garden Magazine and shares stories of their bush land life on Instagram @olivegapfarm