Invisible Farmer Project - Sally Hall

We are here to care for the land really. I feel like I look outside and I know what to do because it’s telling me all the time – you know, fix this, garden that, tend to that. I feel like when you’re a farmer the land owns you, if that makes sense. ~ Sally Hall

Recently I interviewed and photographed a trout farmer, Sally Hall, as part of my work with Museums Victoria on the Invisible Farmer Project. This collaborative project is focused on uncovering the untold stories of Australian women in farming, food production and natural resource management. A full-length feature I wrote on Sally’s story can found via the Invisible Farmer Project blog, here: