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These project achieve multiple benefits for environment and land-use enterprise by planting vegetation along riverbanks and wetlands.

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    Blackberry under the gun in the Central Murray district

    A passion for trees Farmers: Jane and David Major Location: Yass, New South Wales Property size: 330 hectares Enterprise: Self-replacing Merino flock Annual rainfall: 650 millimetre A passion for trees and the environment has been the impetus for change for Yass fine wool growers Jane and David Major. The name of their grazing property is […]

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    Supporting river systems: why cross-border watering works

    A passion for trees Farmers: Jane and David Major Location: Yass, New South Wales Property size: 330 hectares Enterprise: Self-replacing Merino flock Annual rainfall: 650 millimetre A passion for trees and the environment has been the impetus for change for Yass fine wool growers Jane and David Major. The name of their grazing property is […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Goulburn District Linkages

    A passion for trees Farmers: Jane and David Major Location: Yass, New South Wales Property size: 330 hectares Enterprise: Self-replacing Merino flock Annual rainfall: 650 millimetre A passion for trees and the environment has been the impetus for change for Yass fine wool growers Jane and David Major. The name of their grazing property is […]

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    Mess It Up and Slow it Down - Virtual Workshop

    A passion for trees Farmers: Jane and David Major Location: Yass, New South Wales Property size: 330 hectares Enterprise: Self-replacing Merino flock Annual rainfall: 650 millimetre A passion for trees and the environment has been the impetus for change for Yass fine wool growers Jane and David Major. The name of their grazing property is […]