Restoring deep rooted perennial grasses

Stephen Burns
May 14 2024 - 9:00am
Chris Main at Retreat, Dirnaseer, with his cattle which are an essential ingredient in restoring the health of the landscape. Photos: Chris Main
Chris Main at Retreat, Dirnaseer, with his cattle which are an essential ingredient in restoring the health of the landscape. Photos: Chris Main

Chris Main is working to restore the deep rooted perennial pastures on the family property Retreat, near Dirnaseer, in order to return the landscape to one where retention of soil moisture is crucial to the long term viability of the farm.

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Stephen Burns

Stephen Burns

Journalist, Wagga Wagga

Jackaroo on Merino sheep studs in the Riverina, a lifetime working on the land with sheep, cropping and cattle. Graduate Charles Sturt Uni with degree in Business and a Dean's Certificate. Graduate C.B. Alexander Agricultural College

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