Cyclone season has officially begun! Now is the time to start preparing for the wet season.
It’s been one year since the artificial reefs were deployed and the 5m high structures no longer look like bare!
A 10-year collaborative research project seeking to commercialise native rice in Northern Australia, and support Aboriginal enterprise, has commenced growing trials.
With the support of the Northern Territory Government, the Northern Territory (NT) Land Corporation, in partnership with NT Farmers Association, is calling for expressions of interest for three highly prospective agricultural land developments.
Territory Natural Resource Management’s (TNRM) ‘Sustainable Pastoral Business’ program provides guidance and support to cattle producers to strengthen and develop their natural resource capacity.
The mineral production and exploration expenditure figures for 2019/20 have been released demonstrating another strong year for the Territory mining sector.
A senior climatologist explained that it will always be difficult to predict rainfall in places like Central Australia, because we are right in the middle of the continent.
The development of a new commercial plant industry in the Northern Territory (NT) has taken another step forward with the NT Government granting the first commercial hemp licence since the Hemp Industry Act 2019 came into effect in May 2020.
The ‘Reducing calf loss from exposure’ project (besides being a mouthful) has been implemented at Avon Downs station to assess the effectiveness of providing shade for reducing calf mortality in relatively treeless Mitchell grass plains of the Barkly Tableland.
Bees in the Northern Territory (NT) have come under threat from American foulbrood (AFB), an infectious and fatal disease of honey bee larvae.