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Imogen Cann, 3, left, Amalia Cann, 5, and Tess Shanahan, 3, play on he trampoline at Tidbinbilla Station during the family visit. Photo: Richard Briggs
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City visitors to Tidbinbilla station, Selina and Andrew Cann of Holder with daughters Amalia and Imogen, are one of the ACT families participating in FarmDay, which shows urban communities how food and fibre are produced.
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