Despite the fact it’s constantly changing the countryside has been a symbol of changelessness for years. It’s the catch-22 for UK farming. Continue reading “Brexit: the catch-22 for a new rural policy”
In May I spent a few weeks on the driest inhabited continent on earth. I visited the central west region of Queensland in Australia, which had just had its fourth dry wet season in a row. 83.9% of the state is drought declared. As you can see in the picture it’s pretty dry. Here’s a quick chat with Alec Walker from Gillespie Station near Blackall.