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Paint It And They Will Come

Paint It And They Will Come


Brim-Bound! Public art projects are proving a boon for tourism in rural Victoria.

Shane Wardle, farmer and president for the Brim Active Community Group stands in front of the giant silo murals painted by street artist Guido van Helten. By working together – the shire, artist and silo-owner – public art projects are proving a boon for tourism in rural Victoria. The impact on Brim’s close-knit farming community, who have been hit hard by recent droughts, has been greater than anyone expected.


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Profiting From Diversity

Profiting From Diversity

Sheep, beef, dairy, deer, pine trees, hydroelectricity and communications towers – the entrepreneurial spirit has lived through generations of Harwoods who enjoy a successful large scale operation on a remote and spectacular New Zealand landscape. Read their story Profiting From Diversity.

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    Diversity Under Threat

    Diversity Under Threat

    The Mekong Delta is one of the most fertile regions in the world. Its farmers produce for both the Vietnamese and global markets. Climate change and intensive cultivation are threatening its future. However, the farmers of the Mekong Delta are not waiting for global climate protection measures to be put in place.

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