Environment

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Regenerating the land with a strong drought-proofing tool

Farmers struggling with drought in Western NSW are turning to EMU land management to combat soil erosion, improve the ecosystem and ensure any rain is effectively stored.

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Tackling our nation’s food waste

Everyone hates throwing out groceries – but there are a string of opportunities for businesses to tap into the food waste economy.

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Hunter Valley farmer takes on mining company – and wins

Wendy Bowman's farm sits on a giant lump of coal, but she refuses to sell to Chinese-operated company Yancoal, saving the surrounding agricultural land.

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The Riverina farmers passionate about soil conservation

Three generations of the Hatty family, proud NSW Farmers members for over 60 years, are keen to ensure farmers don't waste their most valuable commodity – soil.

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How to get a head start on your winter crop

SPONSORED: With winter sowing around the corner, now's the ideal time for a weed management program that’s prepped for maximum yield.

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Drought-proof your farm with reliable tanks

SPONSORED: With government rebates on offer, it's a good time to improve farm water storage.

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Sustainable Merino farm turns to perennial grasses

Glenwood Merinos is using SRS genetic principles and native perennials to drive their internationally renowned premium wool enterprise.

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105 years of farming success in far-west NSW

The Robinson family from the Enngonia area run a robust goat, cattle and sheep operation despite 12 out of the past 15 years seeing below average rainfall.

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Improving pasture growth with carbon grazing

Carbon grazing is helping farmers productively manage their land and livestock. But how does it work?

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Flower industry at risk without added biosecurity controls

NSW growers are worried that imported cut flowers, many infested with pests and disease, are putting the flower industry at risk without stricter biosecurity controls.