Changing the rules on pastoral leases could help regenerate Australia

Woolleen station is slowly coming back to life

Vast tracts of Australian soil are locked up in pastoral leases and being grazed to extinction. Woolleen is a lease in WA covering 153,000 hectares and leaseholder David Pollock has set out to regenerate it. His book The Woolleen Way charts his adventures and offers a way forward for a country where he believes conservation and production need to  join forces if there is to be an agricultural future.

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