The Peel-Harvey catchment management programme

  title={The Peel-Harvey catchment management programme},
  author={P. Reeja George and Keith Bradby},
  journal={Fertilizer research},
A broad programme for the management of the Peel-Harvey catchment was proposed in 1989. This has evolved into an approach which is regionally based and employs a collaborative way of working with landholder and agricultural industry groups to reduce current levels of nutrient loss to drainage. The programme also aims to coordinate the activities of government agencies, and includes land use planning instruments at various levels to ensure future developments incorporate catchment management… CONTINUE READING


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