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Thursday, April 9, 2020
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Topic: agriculture

Growers urge open minds in Paradise Dam debate

Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetables Growers (BFVG) have urged the community to keep an open mind about the future of Paradise Dam after the release of the Building Queensland report on the dam this week.

Bargara Ag-Tech Hub set to open its doors

Bundaberg’s vision to become a national centre of excellence in Ag Tech took a major step forward this week with its first tenant, Greensill, announcing they will take up leased space in the Bargara Ag-Tech facility as early as next month.

Baiting program helps to protect agriculture

A baiting program will assist landowners with protecting their properties from wild dogs when it is held in the region later this month.

Greensill community open day raises awareness

Greensill Farming demonstrated the importance of having a relationship between the residents and business when they invited their neighbours to a community open day.

Ag tech vision revealed for Bargara site

Bundaberg Regional Council plans to transform its former Bargara administration building into an ag tech centre of excellence.

Economic study to reveal cost of reduced dam capacity

Industry representatives and Council have commissioned a study to assess the cost of failing to reinstate Paradise Dam to its full capacity.

Greensill announces plans for composting facility

Greensill Farming Group has announced plans to build a state-of-the-art composting facility where residential and commercial green waste could be disposed of free of charge.

Greensill Farming Group looks to future expansion

They say from little things, big things grow and that’s certainly been the case for Greensill Farming Group.

Opening of Canndeo's Bundaberg facility to boost jobs

Canndeo officially opened its Bundaberg medicinal cannabis research and plant production facility yesterday announcing plans for expansion and more than 70 jobs.

Global interest in Canndeo triggers site visit

Bundaberg-based medicinal cannabis manufacturer Canndeo has not yet commenced full scale production but they’re already attracting global interest from a Chinese pharmaceutical, medical and research organisation.

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