Thing Sai Manrhing was working on a blueberry farm before starting the co-operative.(Supplied: Myanmar Community Agriculture Co-operative)

Myanmar refugees overcome wet weather, floods to start farming co-operative on NSW Coffs Coast

The dream of starting a farming business, shared by many of the Coffs Coast Myanmar community members, has become a reality.

With assistance from the not-for-profit group Settlement Services International (SSI) and support from local Joshua Allen, 5 refugee families who now call Australia home are applying their agriculture skills, organically farming a variety of produce.

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