Coronavirus workplace casualties offered leg-up picking fruit and veg in North Queensland

By Jessica Johnston
March 25 2020 - 6:00pm
WORKERS: Stackelroth Farms are among the Bowen growers who welcome scores of backpackers to the region during harvest each year. Picture - Stackelroth Farms.
WORKERS: Stackelroth Farms are among the Bowen growers who welcome scores of backpackers to the region during harvest each year. Picture - Stackelroth Farms.

WORKERS who have found themselves unexpectedly unemployed amid the coronavirus crisis in North Queensland should try their hand at farming, according to one long-term grower.

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