When the Strettons bought their cattle property in North Queensland’s dry tropics, it was in drought and overgrazing had left the land in a bad way. They set to reversing the damage to improve beef production and stop sediment running into the Great Barrier Reef. Landline’s Tom Major reports they formed a partnership with a natural resources team and an Indigenous training program to help heal the country.
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