Smith, David
December 1994
Ecos;Summer94/95, Issue 82, p16
Features the organization Landcare in Australia. Focus of the organization in promoting ecological land use management; Experiences of the farmers on the programs and projects of the organization; History; Public support; Sustainable land management strategies promoted by the organization; Problems faced by the organization; Government support on the organization. INSETS: Has Landcare lost the plot?.;Science ignored at Landcare's peril, by Bryony Bennett..


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