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Office of Environment & Heritage
The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is anoffice within the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet that is responsible for environmental regulation and associated activities throughout NSW, including the natural environment, Aboriginal country, ...
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Fatcow - www.fatcow.com.au
Fatcow is a free online business directory listing Australian farming and agricultural businesses.  Fatcow was launched in July 2006 and currently has more than 6,000 Australian agricultural businesses listed.
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The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) operate as a division of the Agricultural, Fisheries and Forestry Department. ARABES provides independent economic, scientific and biophysical analysis to address policy ...
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Soilmaster provides definitive advice and analysis for farmers and environment. Soilmaster is a technology provider for the general agricultural and business community, including Research and Development, on farm advice and agronomy services. Soilmaster ...
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Planning 4 Sustainable Development is a company that provides information and advice on environmental planning and land use with support in policies, assessments, permits, applications and monitoring. They have over 25 years experience with land use ...
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Carbon Conscious Ltd is an Australian company producing carbon credits through 'carbon farming' - the planting of Mallee Eucalypt trees in Australia's wheatbelt region.This is achieved through the Carbon Capture Program™ and involves partnering ...
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Independent laboratory testing of soil, water, plant tissue, waste, seed, compost, effluent, recycled water. Servicing agriculture, horticulture,forestry, organic and biological growers, landscape industries, sport and leisure turf, environmental, all ...
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Paladin White provides Soil Conservation and Farm planning consultancy services.
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Australian Ecological Research Services specialise in flora and fauna research and management. Based in Victoria, Australian Ecological Research possess a wide capability of services ranging from fauna surveys to environmental management plans.
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31/08/11 - ABARES will be hosting the Launceston Regional Outlook Conference in September 2011, which would feature 12 speakers across four sessions.
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01/08/11 - ABARES (The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resources Economics and Sciences) is holding the Regional Outlook Conference to York, Western Australia in August 2011.
Adapting crops and ‘natives’ to a changing climate from CSIRO
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28/07/11 - CSIRO scientists are investigating the potentially damaging effects climate change will have on Australia’s agricultural crops and native plants as carbon dioxide concentrations, temperatures and rain
Improving Wheat Yields for Global Food Security
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27/07/11 - CSIRO scientists are hunting down and exploiting a number of wheat’s key genetic traits in a bid to substantially boost its grain yield.
Fewer rain storms across souther Australia, reports from CSIRO
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07/07/11 - Decreasing autumn and winter rainfall over southern Australia has been attributed to a 50-year decrease in the average intensity of storms in the region – a trend which is forecast to continue for another 50 years.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) Regional Outlook conferences
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20/05/11 - This year the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) is to hold 7 one-day Regional Outlook conferences around Australia.
Weeping willows on the Murray River. Image credit – Tanya Doody, CSIRO
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02/12/10 - Removing willows growing in the stream bed of creeks and rivers could return valuable water resources to river systems, new CSIRO research has found.
Federal Government releases Carbon farming framework
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26/11/10 - The Federal Government has released a framework for how farmers, foresters and landholders will be able to generate carbon credits under the Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI).
Australian red meat uses less carbon
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13/08/10 - A recent study undertaken by the University of New South Wales, published in the Environmental Science &Technology Journal, has revealed that Australian red meat production is much more efficient than often reported.
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22/07/08 - Sydney Environmental and Soil Laboratory specialises in contamination and environmental assessment for the plant growing industries in Australia. Salinity assessment and management advice also form a part of the environmental assessment services provided ...

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