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"This is madness, it is unjust"

Dr Bill Burrows
B. Agr. Sc. (U. of Q.) [1964]
M. Agr. Sc. (U.of Q.) [1972]
Ph. D. (ANU) [1977] – Environmental Biology, RSBS

A Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, a Fellow of the Tropical Grassland Society of Australia and Hon Senior Fellow, Central Queensland University. I am a past President of the Australian Rangeland Society and the Tropical Grassland Society of Australia; recipient of a Centenary Medal for ‘services to Australian society in the field of ecology’

It’s a long list of credentials but Dr Bill Burrows has put a lifetime into researching Queensland woodlands. Dr Burrows is frustrated, he finds it crazy that a government could completely ignore the science that they themselves have commissioned and paid millions for. It’s unjust for the scientists and it’s unjust for the people who are caretakers of the land. Dr Bill Burrows would like to tell you A True Story: From the heart of Queensland. #atruestory #queensland #farmers #ourfood #tagaminister #vegetationmanagement #fromtheheartofQld
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1 day ago

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We know it won't make a dam difference when the current veg amendments are voted on shortly, but if you give a dam about the future of regional Qld, supply of food, and a true balanced production & environment, you will make an effort to attend this protest.

If you are fooling yourself that you have your country cleared and the changes don't affect you, think again. This poor approach to environmental law applied to farming will get you on some other issue in the future.

WE need to start fighting a campaign and be prepared to hang in there for however long it takes.

Stand Your Ground.Get involved in our day of action in Brisbane on Tuesday 1 May to voice your opposition to proposed vegetation management laws.

This rally will coincide with the first day of the next Queensland Parliament sitting and is a critical time for our industry.

A strong united voice from all of Agriculture in Queensland will make a difference. Find details of the upcoming event here: bit.ly/2HBq2Yc

#YourFoodOurFuture #FairLaws4Farmers
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We know it wont make a dam difference when the current veg amendments are voted on shortly, but if you give a dam about the future of regional Qld, supply of food, and a true balanced production & environment, you will make an effort to attend this protest. If you are fooling yourself that you have your country cleared and the changes dont affect you, think again. This poor approach to environmental law applied to farming will get you on some other issue in the future. WE need to start fighting a campaign and be prepared to hang in there for however long it takes. Stand Your Ground.

 

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We need a cabinet of war - sound strategy and committed troops.

2 days ago

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The farmers of Queensland would like to tell you A True Story. On the 1st of May the Palaszczuk Government may rush flawed legislation through before MP's know the truth. This is a story that comes from a place far away, from the heart of Queensland, this is a story that needs to be heard. #atruestory #fromtheheartofQld #qld #farmers #ourfood ... Read MoreSee Less

 

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2 days ago

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Allan Savory
Cattle serving mankind quietly addressing desertification and climate change. Fortunately they just do not know how much they are vilified and blamed for the faults of mismanagement by humans.

Thankfully thousands of voices are beginning to support what I have urged over half a century of ridicule and abuse. As much respected Dr M. Sanjayan - at the time a Senior Scientist at The Nature Conservancy - stated when hosting the National Geographic /PBS documentary "Earth A New Wild" while filming these cattle in action, stated - "… The message is an extraordinarily powerful one, and it could be the best thing, the absolute best thing that conservation has ever discovered." (I am not sure how conservation discovered Holistic Management but that is beside the point).
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