Szasz Walker Family Homestead, NSW, Australia

Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
"When we think about how we need to design our systems for plastic use and reuse in the economy, one technology is not going to be a silver bullet," he told 7.30.

But he said the bigger problem to address is our over-consumption of plastic.
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
In agriculture, nitrogen is added to the system in the form of fertiliser, but if you use more fertiliser than the crop needs, the excess nitrogen leaks from the system as ammonia or nitrous oxide, or as soluble nitrates leaching into the soil and then groundwater. ...

if we all used the right amount we'd have significantly less nitrous oxide going into the atmosphere."

Nitrous oxide emissions in Europe and the United States have been flat over past 20 years despite increased agricultural output, which Dr Canadell said showed more accurate application of fertiliser was critical.

"You can use less nitrogen and maintain your productivity," he said.
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
clay paint infatuation at its peak
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Farmers near the controversial Maules Creek coal mine have raised concerns about its water use.

The mine is already facing the possibility of penalties over its use of surface water, and is now under a separate investigation for its groundwater use.
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
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Farmers near the controversial Maules Creek coal mine have raised concerns about its water use. The mine is already facing the possibility of penalties over its use of surface water, and is now under a separate investigation for its groundwater use.
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
Szasz Walker Family Homestead
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Why I Use a Mattock and Scythe

My priority is to improve the environment, the human habitat of earth. Humanist environmentalism — the perfection of our surroundings for the benefit of human life. Of course, we know that human life thrives best in cooperation with the natural ...
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The strength of the fertile Earth

I am amazed by the power of the EarthAfter decades of abuse, our soil is still alive Bright pink worms hatch in compact clay Water cycles; grains sprout We love the little rains We welcome them, gratefulFrom ocean to mountain, ...
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Gardening / Farming

​My favourite farming techniques are called "do nothing natural farming" and "zero budget natural farming". This is no joke, I researched and cited them thoroughly during my master of sustainability and after 15 mon​​ths on our land, I believe they ...
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Water security in Australia

Forests and healthy soil make rain. In reforested regions, the rainfall average increases, temperature decreases, and land fertility increases. It's time to unroll some serious, naturally-driven landscape remediation in the broken Australian inland. We all know that water and land ...
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