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Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

Australian centre of excellence for cropping, livestock and systems integration research and collaboration

Through multi-disciplinary and integrated research in key areas, we create knowledge and capacity to deliver farming systems for the future.

Key research objectives include:

  • New knowledge for profitable, productive and sustainable food and fibre supply chains
  • Multi-disciplinary teams to enable 'lab-to-paddock' and 'paddock-to-plate' research and adoption
  • A knowledge transfer platform for seamless networking of research, development, extension and training

Feature Story

Photo: PhD students Ms Shumalia Arif, Mr Thomas Williams and Ms Shiwangni Rao with their mentor Professor Deirdre Lemerle at the 2016 Crawford Fund Conference, Canberra, ACT.
Focus on food loss and waste along the supply chain

The 2016 Crawford Fund Conference held in Canberra 30 August, titled ‘Waste not, want not: the circular economy to food security’ focused on food loss and waste issues along the supply chain; production, getting product to market and the management and reuse of waste.

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NEWSLETTER

Spring 2016
IN THIS ISSUE:
The Innovator - Spring 2016Centre research highlights, summary of outreach activities, newly funded research projects, conferences, travel and member profiles.

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