August Podcast Out Now


A honey bee gathers pollen from japonica flowers near Lake George NSW. Photo credit: AJ Macpherson.

This month’s episode was produced by journalism students at Charles Sturt University. The range of stories emphasises the challenges facing rural and regional communities right now. If it’s not the pandemic, it’s the threat of varroa mite and foot and mouth disease. And then there’s the damage done by months of heavy rainfall.

We hear about how resiliant communities are dealing with a relentless wave of threats to their livelihoods.

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