The CWA of NSW is seeking better communication when it comes to decisions made over the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
Animals are part of a bigger system, and people are ignorant to the fact this is about the overall system emissions rather than the emissions from just one of its operating parts.
The dairy forum held at Parliament House last week provided an important starting point in the process of industry reform in NSW.
The Independent Panel for the Assessment of Social and Economic Conditions in the MDB will assess the socio-economic circumstances affecting the Basin communities.
Opinion: As would be readily apparent to anyone flipping through the news and opinion pages of last week's edition of The Land, the over-riding issue now dominating rural debate is water.