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In support of the State Government’s commitment to reducing industry emissions and mitigating climate change, DPIRD has undertaken a life cycle assessment (LCA) for the sheep industry in Western Au
The future of agriculture is in great hands following high-calibre presentations made by five Western Australian university graduates at last week’s Young Professionals in Agriculture Forum.
Western Australian pastoralists can now access updated satellite information to support rangelands management.
This interactive map – produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) – allows you to explore the extent of the Myalup Superficial Aquifer on the coastal plain of
These pastoral rangeland condition and trend reports are produced annually by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, based on data and information collected and produced by
Managing saline dryland (rainfed, not irrigated) can provide many benefits: increased whole-farm productivity, reduced on-farm and off-farm degradation, and protection of landscape and community va
This page summarises the opportunity costs for each resource theme in the Report card on sustainable natural resource use in agriculture (the Report card), and pro
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development assessed groundwater and land potential for irrigated agriculture expansion in the Midlands region of Western Australia, and produced i
More than 1 million hectares of previously productive land in South West Western Australia (SW WA) is severely affected by dryland salinity, and about 0.75 million hectares is moderately affected..