Wool producer shores up land to shore up profits
Brendon Lunney remembers reading as a schoolboy about how water was washing away Australia’s farmland. He grew up, studied arts and seemed bound for other things when, at the age of 27, he bought a farm.
Now, three decades later, the reality of his early school learning and the devastation wrought by water washing through eroding gullies have become all too apparent.
Measurements logged by scientists funded by the Land, Water and Wool program on his farm “Bogolara”, near (more)...