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Aspiring agricultural leaders discover technology in field
Council to celebrate Compost Awareness Week
A new era in drought resilience research and innovation
Reduction in nitrogen deposition leads to biodiversity recovery
Syngenta Australia partners with Landcare Australia to help improve on-farm biodiversity
Grave goods show gendered roles for Neolithic farmers
Role of agriculture needs recognition in planning
New boardwalk honours history and spectacular natural surrounds
Sweet new incentives to pick strawberries & melons
Good-food movement inspires new business venture
How is your effluent pond – does it need clearing?
Council fee rebate comes at a good time for farmers
Sue Gilroy Announced As SFF Candidate For Upper Hunter By-Election
Illawarra’s young farmers named best in State
RIC Drought Loan helps Jones family build farm business resilience
Sustainable Lands Project – Mulloon Institute Farm Tour
Pain relief mandatory for mulesing
Applications open for Carbon + Biodiversity Pilot
Lucky escape reveals Australia’s biosecurity weakness
National Farmers Federation welcomes appointment of new Climate Change Authority Chair
Smart windows regulate right light in greenhouse
Biosecurity risks at Victoria’s doorstep
Rupanyup Supermarket Construction Underway
National Farmers Federation praises regionalisation in action
A “Safe and Just corridor” for planet and people
Doing groundwork for a more holistic, gentler future
Spice up your week with this Indian sausage, lentil & potato one-pan
Hotel quarantine costs halved for overseas agricultural workers
Feral pig baiting bonanza at Bundella
Pathway for sheep exports to Saudi Arabia
Tropical grass demonstrations to show potential for southern use
Paddock Practices: Select right varieties when sowing early in wet
Counting dry days to avert drought
Stubble management: What to consider this autumn
Letting nature manage itself may lead to least costs – but EU ubsidies remain an obstacle
Local identity to launch debut novel
Microbial Production of a Natural Red Colorant Carminic Acid
Big business turning its back on rural and regional Queensland – again
Science Has Not Kept Pace With Aquaculture
Women’s Charter Award recipient announced
Online scammers targeting farming community
Sharon De Valentin harnesses elements in fire and Wax
EU’s geographical indicator regime a Trojan horse for Australian farmers and processors
Tough times hone Matt’s focus on sustainability
Stand with regional Queensland: stop Australia Post killing our online produce deliveries
Council to donate hay to flood affected regions
Seasonal workers to receive free Covid-19 tests on farms
Bucks farmers’ second conviction for criminal waste site