Today I've decided to bring you a little bonus episode for two reasons. I think today's guest is a pretty cool chick and someone you need to know and I thought it was a good chance to tell you about the Women Behind Wool initiative that myself and my very good friend Penny Ashby are running right now. For the next six weeks of so - we want you follow our @womenbehindwool on Instagram - and then take a look, and a listen - at the short films and podcasts telling you the stories of some of the most impressive women behind the Australian wool industry.
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For today's podcast, I want to meet Atty Mitchell, she was one of the Women to first take the stage for our Women Behind Wool project. Atty is a catwalk model, in fact- she used the face of Louis Vuitton but she's also a farm girl - who loves nothing more than being in the sheep yards with a drenching gun in hand. To me, her story is just fascinating and goes to show that anyone can become anything and that farm life really is the best!
If you want to hear more from Atty and her mother Caroline and her grandmother Tink you can watch their film and/or podcast below.
Short Film - Watch Here
Podcast - Listen Here
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