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Revolutionising the typical Australian farm dam

Australian eco-wonderland dam A farmer in Wyangala, Central West New South Wales, has transformed her dam from a fallow Australian farm watercourse into an ecological wonderland. Trudi Refshauge describes the dam originally being a ‘moonscape’ with hardly any flora or fauna activity, however it is now flourishing, providing refuge for birds, reptiles and insects. How […]

Australian agriculture benefits from bees

Why are honeybees so important for agriculture? Australian agriculture has been benefiting freely from honeybees for nearly 200 years. The bee’s pollination services are worth several billion dollars per year, but the Australian honeybee is increasingly becoming under threat from a range of different sources over time. Losing the buzz In many parts of the […]

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