Beekeeping’s all the buzz

The alarming global decline in bee populations, coupled with a growing awareness about the crucial role these insects play in pollinating crops, has sparked a surge in demand for beekeeping courses.


Expose: Native veg mapping controversy

As the government uses satellites to police native vegetation on NSW properties, we investigate how the new legislation is affecting farmers on the ground.


Putting a price 
on conservation

If the people of NSW really value biodiversity, it’s time they pick up the cheque, says North West farmer Oscar Pearse.


Herpes virus to solve carp problem

Everyone agrees we need to rid our rivers of European carp. But as the plan to release herpes into our waterways gets closer, the worry remains - will the public ever support the idea?


Going for growth with goats

The decision by the Gates family to swap from Merino sheep to rangeland goats has 
reaped them financial rewards and improved the productivity of their land.