Jefferson and Barbara Harris at one of the revegetation sites on their Narrogin farm, where the Kunzia pulchella is in full bloom.

From the Big Smoke to the Wheatbelt - how an ad in the Countryman prompted a country move for Narrogin farmers

Main Image: Jefferson and Barbara Harris at one of the revegetation sites on their Narrogin farm, where the Kunzia pulchella is in full bloom. Credit: Shannon Verhagen/Countryman/Shannon Verhagen/Countryman

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