ABC Radio National: Could carbon farming be the future for WA's rangelands region?

Reporter Claire Nichols from ABC Radio National compiled this report on diversification in the rangelands. She attended the Outback Carbon Farming Conference to speak to pastoralist Jason Hastie about his views on the need for diversification.

Click to hear the full story, which also includes interviews with WA Minister for Lands Terry Redman, David Mackenzie from Pew Charitable Trusts, and the Pastoralist and Graziers Association WA President Tony Seabrook.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/could-carbon-farming-be-the-future-for-wa's/7783692

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