VIDEO: New film reveals rise of regenerative cowboys in drought-stricken Australia

A DRY Hope is the latest film venture of Environmental Cowboy Khory Hancock.

The documentary explores the stories and successes of farmers across NSW and Queensland that are using regenerative farming practices.

Growing up on a 30,000-acre cattle station to the west of Carnarvon Gorge gave Khory a strong understanding of the practicalities of farming and he is able to combine that with a dual degree in environmental science and environmental planning.

A Dry Hope explores the ideas around farming against drought, exploring practices that can make properties more resistant to the effects of drought conditions.

See article in The Weekly Times.

Watch 2-minute trailer for A Dry Hope.

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