Clouds. Pretty to look at, handy for creating water and ripe for … harvesting?

Mike Buckby is a rain farmer who lives on the very north-west tip of Tasmania at Cape Grim, where 3500 kilometres of coastline are completely exposed to the monumental storms that blow in from Antarctica. There, the clouds and the water are the purest in the world.

Join us as we follow Buckby down the long road that leads into this epic landscape and the clouds (and rain) that roll across it.

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