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gippslandscapes podcast

An occasional podcast series from  the West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority in Victoria, Australia.

The series aims to highlight some of the many people and groups working and volunteering their time to improve the environment in our area.

The podcast will also look at such things as regenerative agriculture, developments in farm practice including irrigation practice.

For more information or to contact the producers of the podcast please visit

Nov 15, 2019

Adam Schreur runs a 900 acre or around 360 hectare property at Tarwin Lower. With a history as a dairy and beef farm, the property provided (quite literally) a green field site for Adam to expand the family horticulture farming business from its Cranbourne base.

He grows peas, baby leaf spinach, rocket, celery and...

Nov 1, 2019

This episode of Gippslandscapes focuses on the dairy industry and one family's approach to both making a profit but also farming in a sustainable way.

Pete Neaves and Kate Mirams live on and work with a property in Newry in the Macalister Irrigation District.

In this podcast I speak to Kate about being a landholder,...