Mitta Valley farmers upset over Victorian crown land access legislation

David Johnston
Updated March 27 2021 - 8:29am, first published 3:30am
UNITED STAND: Mitta Valley farmers Thomas Giltrap and Judy Cardwell are fighting changes to allow campers unlimited access to their properties to access riverside camping spots. Pictures: MARK JESSER
UNITED STAND: Mitta Valley farmers Thomas Giltrap and Judy Cardwell are fighting changes to allow campers unlimited access to their properties to access riverside camping spots. Pictures: MARK JESSER

Multi-generational Mitta Valley farming families, who have survived droughts, floods, bushfires and most recently COVID-19, are facing a potentially bigger threat to their livelihoods.

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