Indigenous agriculture: Can native crops heal our country?
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Before wheat was wheat, it was an introduced grass. Every year it battles our fickle climate. But we do have native grasses that First Nations Australians have cultivated for years, like kangaroo grass. There are experiments taking place around the country, led by First Nations people, to test the viability of native plants as a sustainable, desirable and profitable crop.

This podcast was produced by Laura Corrigan and Tom Melville.

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