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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby Joyce, called for applications for the competitive $50 million Smart Farms Small Grants, through the National Landcare Program, which opened on 24 October 2017.

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Perhaps most exciting, is the germination of the bush tomatoes, which Deb has being trying to achieve for the last two years.

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Over 70 people attended the WA Pasture and Livestock Update held on the 5 October in partnership with Wheatbelt NRM, Evergreen and WA & Meat and Livestock Australia(MLA).

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After a dry start to the year and a very late germination, there has been some activity at the Faulkner Brother’s property in Beacon, with biomass samples taken from wheat at their deep ripping trial.

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In September, the Sustainable Industries team held a “Get to know your soil biology” workshop in Kellerberrin.

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Over 50 excited women from all over the Wheatbelt and beyond, came together in Goomalling for a truly magnificent day, filled with a perfect mix of inspiration and laughter, enjoying and learning from a diverse group of speakers devoured with gourmet food and champagne.

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A diverse and enthusiastic group of 15 participants made for a highly successful Master TreeGrower course in Northam recently.

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In the Eastern Wheatbelt, livestock production accounts for a significant portion of income within the typical farming business.

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This year’s wet summer has provided a nitrogen windfall for many broad acre farmers in the Wheatbelt.

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Kylie Elston is an assistant curator with the New Museum Project at the Western Australian Museum and she is researchingstories concerning the environment and agriculture in Western Australia.

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