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Gerry Carroll and Andrew Robinson - Mulloon Creek Catchment

  This interview with Gerry Carroll and Andrew Robinson is part of our Mulloon Creek Catchment case study. The case study outlines the collaboration between 20 farmers rehydrating their creek and agricultural landscape. Gerry was one of the first landowners to come on board with Tony Coote’s vision. Gerry and his manager, Andrew, have seen outstanding results from slowing down the Creek, and building up surrounding pasture. Read the case study

Sue and Ulli Tuisk - Mulloon Creek Catchment

  This interview with Sue and Ulli Tusk, is part of our Mulloon Creek Catchment case study. The case study outlines the collaboration between 20 farmers rehydrating their creek and agricultural landscape. The Tuisks, who own historic “Palerang”, decided to install a slightly different type of weir – in the form of a “V”. Read the case study

Peter Hazell - Mulloon Creek Catchment

  This interview with Peter Hazell is part of our Mulloon Creek Catchment case study. The case study outlines the collaboration between 20 farmers rehydrating their creek and agricultural landscape. Peter, Project Coordinator at the Mulloon Institute, coordinates 20 landholders and work on 14 farms. Read the case study

Gary Nairn AO - Mulloon Creek Catchment

  This interview with the Chair of the Mulloon Institute, Gary Nairn AO, is part of our Mulloon Creek Catchment case study. The case study outlines the collaboration between 20 farmers rehydrating their creek and agricultural landscape. Read the case study

The Brownlow Hill story

  This is the story of an historic farm which almost failed. It’s a story which goes back 200 years, when the pasture at Brownlow Hill, just near Camden, supplied Sydney with milk. A number of crises, including the deregulation of the dairy industry in the 1990’s and the threat of Coal Seam Gas exploration, forced Edgar and Lynne Downes to drastically review how they farmed. Read the case study

Patrick Holden, Sustainable Food Trust, UK

The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. In this interview, Patrick describes his transition from "just a farmer from Wales" through the organic movement to the leader of the Sustainable Food Trust in the UK.

Linda Lilburne, Landcare Research, New Zealand

  The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. In this interview, Linda Lilburne discusses a unique collaboration between farmers, business, government and local communities to address nitrogen run off and other issues affecting New Zealand's waterways. The aim is to preserve and market that country's clean, green, pristine image.  

Professor Tony Capon

The latest in our series of YouTube interviews with influential Australians follows the Global Soils Security and Planetary Health Conference in Sydney from December 4 to 6. Professor Tony Capon is the world's first Professor of Planetary Health. In this interview, Tony discusses what that role really means, the urgent task facing global scientists, and the worrying relationship between poor soil health and gastro intestinal conditions such as Crohne's Disease. ....