ALCA's submission highlights top-level findings to improve the quality and resilience of environmental outcomes delivered for privately managed lands under the Future Drought Fund
ALCA’s submission to progress of the Future Drought Fund
ALCA’s submission highlights top-level findings that seek to improve the quality and resilience¬†of environmental outcomes delivered for privately managed lands under the Future Drought Fund. In addition to environmental resilience, the submission focuses on harnessing innovation, better climate information, and better land management.
 

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