Case Studies

This case study (part of the CottonInfo case study series) focuses on Walgett cotton growers Toby and Susie Moore, and their focus on interpreting weather information to manage climate risk, particularly at key decision making times. 

This case study (part of the CottonInfo case study series) focuses on Macquarie River Food and Fibre, who worked with CottonInfo to investigate opportunities for cotton growers under the Emissions Reduction Fund.

This case study (part of the CottonInfo case study series) focuses on St George cotton grower Cleave Rogan and his efforts on farm to stop the spread of pests, weeds and diseases through Come Clean Go Clean.  

This case study (part of the CottonInfo case study series) focuses on the Auscott property 'Midkin' at Moree, and the work that subsequent farm managers have done to regenerate riparian areas over the past 14 years. 

The Focus on NRM research series introduces you to the key cotton NRM researchers and their work. In this case study, Dr Adam Smith outlines his research into water bird communities on cotton storages in the Gwydir and Namoi Valleys. 

This case study features the Cook family of 'Turkey Lagoon' near Boggabilla, who have recently developed two fields into bankless channels.

This case study features Nathanial Phillis, the Irrigation and Earthworks Manager with Sundown Pastoral Company at 'Keytah' Moree. 

This case study looks at on-farm irrigation efficiency analysis conducted using Irrimate equipment. Irrimate is an assortment of electronic tools to measure water on and off fields, and water advancement timing.

This case study outlines the work of the Ashley and Rowena Area Wide Management Group in eradicating feral pigs.

This case study outlines the work of the Bugilbone Ridge Feral Pig Management Group in managing feral pigs.

This case study outlines the work of the Mungindi Area Wide Management Group in benchmarking biodiversity.

This case study outlines the pilot project in the Namoi, which involves trialling exciting new ways of engaging growers and their families in managing natural vegetation on their farms.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Case Studies