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North Taylors is the name of a paddock on the southwest slopes of New South Wales, south of the Murrumbidgee River, in the Birrego district, between the towns of Narrandera and Boree Creek.

Once a year, National Museum of Australia curator and environmental historian George Main visits North Taylors and writes a report that binds global issues of climate change and food security to the local, present day realities of this paddock, its history and possible futures.

What understandings of land and people arise from encounters with windmill grass, sheep, kurrajong trees, foxes, a dam? As our climate, places and society change rapidly, what meanings are offered by terrain enclosed to produce food and fibre, to keep us fed and warm?

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