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Title: South Tammin Focus Group catchment report / Garren Knell.
Author: Western Australia. Agriculture Western Australia. Sustainable Rural Development Program. ; South Tammin Catchment Group (W.A.) ; Landcare Western Australia. ; Western Australia. Agriculture Western Australia. Northam Office. ; Knell, G. (Agriculture Western Australia, Lake Grace)
Publisher: Northam, W.A. : Agriculture Western Australia,
Year: 1998.
Description: vi, 84, [29] leaves : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.
Subject: Western Australia. ; Erosion. ; Tammin region (W.A.) ; Watershed management. ; Hydrogeology. ; Soil degradation. ; Land use. ; Soil surveys. ; Soil. ; Land capability. ; Land management. ; Vegetation. ; Salinity. ; Remnant vegetation.
Notes: Cover title. "Landcare Western Australia, Central Agricultural Region, Sustainable Rural Development Program, Agriculture Western Australia, Swan Avon Integrated Catchment Management." "Contributing to Western Australia's Salinity Action Plan." "The South Tammin Catchment Group Inc." -- p.1. 23 tables, 15 figs.
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Type: Book
Abstract: (En)
South Tammin Catchment is located 160 km east of Perth. Contained within this document is the collation of biophysical, economic and social data relevant to farming properties within the South Tammin catchment. The information was collected during the Focus Catchment process and used as a basis for assessing best practice farm management and developing catchment plans with the aim of improving the agricultural production, and environmental and landscape sustainability of South Tammin Catchment. The Focus tchment process is a recommended action from the 1996 Salinity Action Plan aimed at, amongst other objectives, "reducing further deterioration and wherever possible, recovering existing salt-affected land". The process endeavours to introduce new and va able technical information to a group and assist in the development of catchment and farm plans. The South Tammin Catchment Group has been participating in landcare activities for the past nine years and has steadily matured over this period. A strong g
griculture Western Australia's Central Agricultural Region Sustainable Rural Development (SRD), Avon Hotham Project. Members of the Group have indicated that the major benefit stemming from their term as a Focus Catchment is exposure to hydrogeological
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