eNews – July 2015 [View]
- Potential for remote-sensing techniques to measure carbon abatement
- Three projects to help Kimberley pastoralists improve land management
- Natural sequence farming expert lends a hand on Pilbara stations
- Lessons in lowering stock stress to boost productivity on Gascoyne stations
- Kimberley Cattlemen's Association sets up to support sustainable growth
- Secrets of Marine Stingers [RBWG website]
- Ngadju going from strength to strength managing the Great Western Woodlands
- Water monitoring to inform land management on Roebuck Plains
- New Indigenous Protected Area connects desert land managers from WA, NT and SA
- Collaboration networks in the Fitzroy River catchment mapped
- Sponsorship opportunity for School of the Air Photo Competition
- Presentations from the 2015 Australian Rangelands Society Conference in Alice Springs on YouTube:
– Linda Anderson from Pilbara Mesquite Management Committee (PMMC) presented 'Mining Partnerships: We can dig it'
– Dean Revell of Revell Science presented 'Rangeland Self Shepherding – a new approach to influence grazing distribution to benefit livestock, landscape and people'