To effectively control invasive species, it is imperative all land managers play their part.
It’s unlikely the founding fathers of The Land would ever have imagined how community attitudes towards farmers would change.
"It sounded like a swansong for the National Party" was the talk after NSW Farmers' pre-election forum in Griffith.
With record floods in the north and a lack of water in the south, it's time we acted, says MP Barnaby Joyce.
There is pressure on all side of politics in the lead up to the state election to come up with a solution to balance the social, economic and environmental water needs in NSW.
According to John Carter, should Australia continue its proliferation of wind farms in restricted higher rainfall areas, there could be damage to the landscape.
THE LAND SAYS: It's time politicians stood up for farmers, rather than treating them as collateral damage.
As a resident of the far west I have been watching the unfolding crisis on the Darling with a sense of immense sadness, but also with anger.