Pod 10: The growing scale of growing apples unpeeled.press

Rob Tully is a fifth-generation apple orchardist and also the last. Three generations of Tullys grew apples in Doncaster, now suburban Melbourne. In 1955 Rob's father shifted operations to Beechworth and Rob eventually took over their sizeable orchard, producing premium apples for the local and export markets until 2016. Now all that remains is a 600 tree block of pears.
  1. Pod 10: The growing scale of growing apples
  2. Pod 09: Evolving landscape: mines, pines and apples
  3. Pod 08: When Cole was Stanley's king
  4. Pod 07: Beechworth juicing apples yield clear opportunity
  5. Pod 06: Yackandandah pair happily heads underground
  6. Pod 05: Joan bowls some home economy
  7. Pod 04: Beechworth Natural Farm sprouts fresh ideas
  8. Pod 03: Jack's Wangaratta beans talk
  9. Pod 02: Lawyer shovels into high-value land
  10. Pod 01: FoodShare chief talks food insecurity


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Thank you

Charles Sturt University helped to start this podcast series through its 2020 Community University Partnership – Sustainability Grants Program. Particular thanks go to Dr Sarina Kilham of CSU Wagga Wagga campus and Dr Nick Rose of Sustain Australia for their help.