This report has been prepared by the Agricultural Resource Management Program of the Department of Agriculture to assist SCRIPT (South Coast Regional Initiative Planning Team) in preparing the regional strategy. It records the key natural resource management issues threatening agricultural land on the south coast of Western Australia. Managing agricultural land effectively should be a priority in reducing the risks of land degradation on all assets-productive agricultural land, biodiversity and waterways.
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Broomehill (WA Shire), Salinity, Cranbrook (WA Shire), Gnowangerup (WA Shire), Kent River region (WA), Biosecurity, Albany region (WA), Phosphorus, Biodiversity, Jerramungup (WA Shire), Albany (WA Shire), Esperance (WA Shire), Esperance region (WA), Western Australia, Waterlogging, Water repellent soils, Ravensthorpe (WA Shire), Kojonup (WA Shire), Natural resources, Denmark (WA Shire), South Coastal region (WA), Resource management, Manjimup (WA Shire), Compacted soils, Fitzgerald region (WA), Land management, North Stirling region (WA), Risk assessment, Water erosion, Plantagenet (WA Shire), Kent (WA Shire), Acidity, Tambellup (WA Shire), Frankland region (WA), Pallinup River region (WA), Dundas (WA Shire), Wind erosion, Soil degradation
Nicholas, B. (2005), Natural resource management issues for the south coast regional strategy. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 285.
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