The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation
|Phone: 02 6938 1667
Fax: 02 6938 1666
Centre Website: EH Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation
The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is a collaborative alliance between Charles Sturt University and the NSW Department of Primary Industries.
The Centre's multi-disciplinary research, extension and training teams will deliver new technologies and information for sustainable and productive southern farming systems relevant to the needs of agriculture at the regional, national and international levels.
The Centre aims to address the critical challenges currently facing the agricultural industries of Australia, such as declining rural profits and changing demography, uncertainty due to climate change and global warming, declining soil health and soil erosion, water cost and quality, the future of pesticides, bio-security, the GM and organic debate, community concerns about the environment, animal health and rights, changing markets and globalisation, changing funding structures and increasing regulation.