Cyclone Gabrielle: Road to Recovery
About this special report
With green shoots on at least some of the silted paddocks of the east coast, Farmers Weekly visited cyclone country to find out how farmers and growers are faring six months after Gabrielle tore through the region.
The six months of wet weather that followed Gabrielle’s devastation have meant a long hard slog for the east coast.
There are years of work still ahead and good neighbours to help them get through it say the farmers of Pātoka’s cyclone-hit lands. We chat to some of the farmers in our latest In Focus podcast episode.
The toll taken by Cyclone Gabrielle is opening eyes to the way the land is worked.
Farm restoration scheme finds new urgency on flood-hit farms.
Tolaga Bay livestock once again cropping flood-hit paddocks – with a bit of help.
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