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Hyundai Country Calendar Episodes
A sixth generation Waikato dairy farmer and keen whitebaiter takes on a mammoth tree-planting project to preserve the water quality around his farm - for the fish, the birds, and for the future.
Nuts in May: A woman with a passion for trees hands her walnut orchard on to the next generation. One of their new moves is to produce nut-fed pork by grazing pigs under the trees to eat the rejects.
West Otago Winter: A couple relish the opportunity to manage a large high country station and raise their family in the rural community that exists in the district.
A Sound Investment: As fish become scarce in the inner Marlborough Sounds, a father and son flounder fishing team join scientists in a bold attempt to re-seed stocks and improve future catches.
The Good Life: A couple achieve their dream of making wine and growing most of their own food on a patch of land near Martinborough but they face constant setbacks and challenges.
McDonald's Farm: A couple breed Appaloosa horses on their small Southland farm and use them for trekking in the mountains and wilderness areas nearby.
Mushroom Magic: A Swiss couple turn a childhood tradition of gathering wild mushrooms into a thriving business. They rediscover varieties that have grown in Nelson for years, ignored by the locals.
Go Girls: When injury threatened a Whanganui womans future on her farm, a female neighbour stepped in to help. Now the two have started a new venture giving others a taste of back-country life.
A Northland fisherman works the tides of the historic Kaipara Harbour in his small boat, catching flounder for export and for the locals in his community.
A Southland couple propagate ancient apple varieties brought to the region by early settlers. And theyve converted a once-barren hectare of land into a lush forest of food.
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