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RMCG heads to Hort Connections

24 MAY 2017

RMCG’s Horticulture team attended the inaugural Hort Connections conference in Adelaide last week. The event started with the annual Horticulture Field Day, providing growers with an insight into...

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BusinessEDGE – Growing business skills and financial literacy for grazing business managers

02 MAR 2017

Our Principal in Torquay, Adrian Kennelly, is an accredited deliverer of BusinessEDGE in Victoria and Tasmania. BusinessEDGE is a comprehensive two-day workshop for owners and managers of farm busines...

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Independent investigations into community concerns relating to the Wandong interchange

08 FEB 2017

View the Final Report for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety here....

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RMCG – New business structure, new brand

06 FEB 2017

RMCG is excited to have launched its redeveloped website and new-look brand for the business. The updated website and branding marks the culmination of some invigorating changes to the business - i...

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A tender for improving water quality – what’s left to learn from using tenders?

18 JAN 2017

Tenders have been used in a variety of environment grants programs, including some waterway health projects. While reflections on these experiences have been mixed, there is little information in the ...

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Improving the reach of extension projects in the Australian vegetable industry

17 JAN 2017

The Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) Project and Soil Wealth (SW) Projects are focussed on promoting best management practices for healthy crops and healthy soils in the Australian vegetable industry....

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Retaining flexibility in a time of change and variability

16 JAN 2017

Accurate water balance modelling underpins all successful recycled water schemes. Typically, a standard period of historic rainfall and evaporation data has been used to model the scheme requirements....

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Local Action On Global Problems – Protecting Ramsar Wetlands in Victoria

15 JAN 2017

View the presentation here made at the Coast to Coast Conference, Perth (2014)....

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Is it feasible to manage natural resources in peri-urban landscapes?

14 JAN 2017

View the presentation here made at the NRM Knowledge Conference, Hobart (2014)....

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The feasibility of biogas on Australian vegetable farms

13 JAN 2017

There is significant interest within the vegetable industry in maximising efficiency and productivity across the production process, including maximising value from waste streams. Biogas is methane...

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Bunyip Food Belt – Lessons Learned

12 JAN 2017

The Bunyip Food Belt is a large region south east of Melbourne that contains some of Australia’s most fertile and valuable land and produces fresh food for Melbourne’s rapidly growing population. ...

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Engaging Peri-Urban Landholders in NRM

11 JAN 2017

Engaging landholders in natural resource management (NRM) is a challenge in any landscape, however it can be inherently more difficult in peri-urban landscapes. This paper investigates why thi...

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