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|Title:||CLIMAG EDITION 15 Smart responses to climate change JULY 2008|
|Abstract:||Producers, agribusiness advisors, researchers and natural resource managers in the drought-stricken dryland grains and mixed farming regions of Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia are working together to respond to a drier and more variable climate. Representatives from the Bureau of Meteorology, the Bureau of Rural Sciences, Meat & Livestock Australia, the Birchip Cropping Group and Managing Climate Variability have teamed up with local producers and advisors to develop responses to climate change that can be applied on farm.|
|Appears in Collections:||Land and Water Australia archive|
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