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Australian Bureau of Rural Sciences

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The Sugar Link project was established in 2004 to help develop a shared vision for a sustainable sugar supply chain. The project focused specifically on the New South Wales sugar industry (including key supply chain partners) and their vision/strategies for moving towards a sustainable sugar...

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1 Jan 2006
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Land use and land management practice information is needed in order to develop effective responses to Australia?s natural resource management problems, including salinity and water quality, rates of soil erosion, acidification, nutrient decline and carbon losses. At the catchment scale, land use information is contributing...

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1 Jan 2006
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This report presents a summary of key findings from a mailed survey to 1,000 landholders in the Burnett Mary region in 2004. The final response rate for this survey was 60%. The survey gathered baseline information regarding the key social and economic factors affecting landholder...

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1 Jan 2006
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Rural policy makers, natural resource managers and communicators need to be aware of the nature of rural landholders, including the many rural lifestyle landholders in the more densely settled and better serviced parts of rural Australia. These kinds of rural landholders are variously referred to...

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1 Jan 2005
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This information booklet summarises the key findings of a recent study conducted by the Bureau of Rural Sciences, examining socioeconomic impacts of the plantation sector in the Great Southern region of Western Australia and the South West Slopes of New South Wales between 1991 and...

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