This report discusses a range of options for the Greenough region, which is comprised of eight shires including the Shires of Northampton, Chapman Valley, Mullewa, Greenough, Morawa, Irwin, Mingenew and Three Springs, and also the city of Geraldton. A range of options for reducing land degradation is discussed. Factors such as soil type, annual rainfall, enterprise mix and financial structure are also considered.
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Mingenew (WA Shire), Greenough River (WA), Agricultural production, Greenough (WA Shire), Hydrology, Western Australia, Northampton (WA Shire), Morawa (WA Shire), Geraldton (WA), Demography, Greenough River region (WA), Geology, Risk assessment, Land use, Irwin (WA Shire), Mullewa (WA Shire), Irwin River area (WA), Salinity, Climatic change, Remnant vegetation, Soil, Murchison River (WA), Three Springs (WA Shire), Climate, Chapman Valley (WA Shire), Northern agricultural region (WA), Chapman River (WA)
Stuart-Street, A, and Clarke, M. (2005), Greenough region catchment appraisal. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 268.
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