ALCA submission to A new Australian drought plan

Environmental health and resilience at the landscape-scale is indivisible to the long-term sustainability, viability, and resilience of agriculture. As such, our environment and its unique biodiversity values should be recognised as an essential and direct beneficiary within Australia's national drought policies and plans.
ALCA submission to A new Australian drought plan

Environmental health and resilience at the landscape-scale is indivisible to the long-term sustainability, viability, and resilience of agriculture. As such, our environment and its unique biodiversity values should be recognised as an essential and direct beneficiary within Australia’s national drought policies and plans.

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