To farm for the future then we have to become carbon neutral said Alisdair Tulloch

Louise Nichols
By Louise Nichols
Updated April 3 2019 - 11:32pm, first published 1:59am
Alisdair Tulloch wants to be growing grapes and making wines in the coming decades and he believes making the decision to become carbon neutral will enable him to pursue this future.

One advantage of being a fifth generation Hunter Valley wine producer is the fact there are plenty of family diaries at hand recording details on harvests and other important on-farm activities covering many decades .

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Louise Nichols

Louise Nichols

Senior journalist

From cattle to coal. Once a specialist agriculture writer today its about community, in particular, the Upper Hunter. I have lived and worked in the region for more than 30 years. Land use issues and the future direction of our region. But you cannot take ag out of the picture - our food and how we grow it is the basis of all life. Covering the Hunter and Mid North Coast rural issues is now part of my role with ACM.