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26 September 2016 -A drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in northern New South Wales has entered the blueberry industry to raise money and train its clients.

Adele, a charity that has been in existence for 32 years, has established a training farm on a 96-hectare property at Bucca on the Coffs Coast.

The Adele Training Farm has 10 hectares of blueberries planted, a nursery, sheep, chickens for eggs, and extensive vegetables plots.

The farm’s chief executive officer John Gilmore said the Adele Program’s primary objective was to treat people with addiction problems.