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Do you eat lilly pillies off hedges in the street? Or sprinkle lemon myrtle in your cooking?
A food fight has erupted on a global scale as growing collective action against agricultural giant Monsanto has attracted worldwide attention through social media.
BlazeAid volunteers have been helping rural Australian families for over four years.
Image: Herd of Targhee sheep from a ranch in eastern Wyoming. Date, 28 November 2009. Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike. There is a lot in the press about how farmers are struggling, with too many using suicide as a way out. There are also farmer complaints about environmental and animal welfare demands, but many consumers want to know their food is produced ethically. There is huge potential growth in Asia but our food exports have been falling for years while our food imports are growing. Where to now for our farmers? There are clear paths for our farmers but these do not mean business as usual while asking for more government money. I suggest there are only three ways ahead. If a farmer wants… Read More →
Foreign investors have a share in 11.8 per cent of Queensland’s agricultural land but only 5.4 per cent of the state’s agricultural water entitlements.