IN THE CURRENT ISSUE #34
We get to talk to the women on the land who make a difference. Tracey Hayes, the chair of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, gives us an in depth interview about what drives her today and the personal tragedies she has faced.
How do you harvest salt? We head south to Tasmania to ask a former Londoner exactly that while our resident Tasmanian, writer Maggie MacKellar, tells us about her life on the road promoting her latest book Graft.
Thinking of converting an old shed into accommodation? We ask Yvette Smart the secret to her family's very successful farm stay near Jugiong, NSW. We introduce you to the finalists in our Art Station initiative — put the exhibition date in your diaries, it would be great to see you in Murrurundi on Saturday, October 7.
And finally, we'd also love you to join us around the campfire for The Shady Baker's latest recipes — as always, they are so easy to make and impossible to resist!
** Please note: We have sold out of the current issue (Aug/Sep) online. If you would like a copy, please head to your closest newsagent and ask for Graziher. It is also available at airports around the country, plus selected Coles supermarkets and of course our wonderful stockists.