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Return to Wooleen

Post by andy » Tue May 01, 2012 10:36 pm

Check out the latest Australian Story episode, about farmer David Pollock, farming in the Murchison Ranges in WA. An update to a previous episode about 8 weeks ago.
Peter Andrews makes an appearance also.
The latest episode was Monday 30th April "Return to Wooleen"
Here's the link story

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Re: Return to Wooleen

Post by Ambit_Energy » Wed May 02, 2012 12:48 pm

I really like Caroline Jones Introduced the Return to Wooleen:

"Against conventional wisdom, they took the radical step of destocking Wooleen's half a million acres to give the landscape a chance to regenerate."

"And though their struggles are far from over, their efforts have brought support from unexpected quarters... including someone well known to Australian Story viewers."

just watched the ‘Return to Woolleen’ show on Australian Story. I add my voice to the many who applaud your efforts. My family and I hope to come and visit your station and possibly lend a hand, later on this year.

George Shelter
Ambit Energy, Sales Consultant

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