Entries by Michelle Pardy

John Hanrahan and Uncle Tobys Scholarship Recipients Announced

21 June, 2021 Word Count: 592 2021 John Hanrahan and Uncle Tobys Scholarship recipients announced Riverine Plains and Uncle Tobys are pleased to announce that two outstanding students have been named as the 2021 recipients of the John Hanrahan Scholarship and the Inaugural Uncle Tobys Scholarship. The recipient of the John Hanrahan Scholarship is Jessica […]

Riverine Plains to partner in Federal Government southern NSW and Victorian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs

Riverine Plains will play an important role in two of the Federal Government’s Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs being established in North East Victoria and Southern NSW. The Hubs are being established through the Australian Government’s $5 billion Future Drought Fund and will focus on addressing drought resilience research and innovation priorities. Each Hub […]

Riverine Plains to partner in Federal Government southern NSW and Victorian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs

22 April, 2021 Word Count: 689 Riverine Plains to partner in Federal Government southern NSW and Victorian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs Riverine Plains to partner in Federal Government southern NSW and Victorian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs Riverine Plains will lead the North East Victorian node of the Victorian Hub being established […]

Report into pH, soil organic carbon helps improves local understanding of carbon farming

Report into pH, soil organic carbon improves local understanding of carbon farming Riverine Plains has recently completed a region-first project looking into the viability and practicality of increasing soil carbon for trading through the Australian Government’s Emission Reduction Fund. As part of the project, and with the support of the Cool Soil Initiative, paddocks were […]

Report into pH, soil organic carbon improves local understanding of carbon farming

8 April, 2021 Word Count: 530 Report into pH, soil organic carbon improves local understanding of carbon farming With many local farmers interested in the potential for carbon farming, farming systems group Riverine Plains has recently completed a region-first project looking into the viability and practicality of increasing soil carbon for trading through the Australian […]

Soil organic carbon & pH online workshop – 23 March

An online workshop with Dr Cassandra Schefe (AgriSci Pty Ltd)  will present the key findings from the Riverine Plains project “Quantifying in-paddock variations of soil organic carbon and pH” project. The project was funded through Goulburn Broken CMA’s “From the Ground Up” project and commenced in 2019. The workshop will present the research results from this […]