Nsw grain growers assure wa farmers they wont cut their marketable crops, despite evidence that this is the case, despite the widespread knowledge that cutting a crop is a loss to the industry as well as to the environment.
This has a real impact on communities with marginal yields and in particular on those in rural areas (see here and here), in particular those in remote areas. For example, the recent closure of the Gailen Farms in central New South Wales for non-marketable crops, including food crops, was announced under the previous Labor Government (2009) and confirmed by the Coalition when it established its Rural Infrastructure Investment Fund (RIIF) in October 2014. Bu카지노 사이트t the closure was forced by the lack of an environmen우리카지노tal impact statement (EIS) for the new facility. The closure was not due to a lack of investment into the facility by other states due to its proximity to established wheat farms. Instead, because the closure of Gailen’s crop was a loss to the farmer, state governments who passed laws supporting the closure of agricultural production for non-marketable crops in NSW were forced to reallocate resources and reduce the amount of funding allocated for the closure, with significant impacts. To find out more information on the closure of Gaigospelhitzlen’s crop under this context, contact the State Government in Sydney:
SBS Rural Economics
Michele Vangos can be reached at:
(03) 9558 7111
(07) 9488 8666
[email protected] Michele Vangos can be reached at: (03) 9558 7111 (07) 9488 8666 (07) 9490 2940