WATER FROM THE ROCK

WE LIVE ON FARMLAND on the beautiful, heart-shaped island called Tasmania. It's often described as a Noah's Ark because of its unique plants and animals, such as Tasmanian devils, paddymelons (small wallabies), bandicoots, and quolls, just to name a few.

Even as a young child I wanted to be a farmer and to create a place where native animals could live unharmed, free from conflicts that arise through land increasingly devoted to agriculture. Yet without adequate water, neither goal could be realized.

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