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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

Gavin Ramsay and Toni Nugent, Graham Centre and Diana Parsons, Central West Farming Systems met with women farmers in India as part of a project between the Graham Centre, Central West Farming Systems and PRADAN that is working to bridge the distance and build relationships between women farmers in Australia and India, sustaining and developing rural communities.
Bridging distance and building relationships between women farmers in Australia and India to sustain and develop rural communities

A project that is attempting to bridge the distance between women farmers through sharing cross-country perspectives on developmental issues has been boosted with a recent visit by Australian project collaborators to villages in India to meet with women farmers.

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Autumn 2016
The Innovator - Autumn 2016Research highlights, visiting scientists and international research partnerships, Graham Centre scholarships, conferences, publications, travel and member profiles.

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