Rehabilitation of dysfunctional landscape requires an analysis of the current ecosystem, identifying the cause of the problem, not just describing the symptoms.
Leichhardt in 1844 marvelled at the fresh, useful grasses and clear water due to the aboriginal use of fire. Bill Gammage is one of the
Early maps of inland Australia show that galahs were mainly living inland, away from the coastal areas. Why? Listen to Bill Gammage as he relates
The secret is understanding the value of native pastures and planning for long rest times.
Anna and Michael now can manage 1000’s of hectares and keep their grazing costs to a minimum due to knowing how to manage their cattle and realise the value of native pastures.
NSW Farmer of the year, Norm Smith plans his farm activities along with his family needs too. He well deserves his recent recognition for his outstanding successes.