The NFF’s 23 July 2012 supplementary submission to the revised Basin Plan s.43A(4) Minister’s consensus comments outlines the key position of the NFF regarding the major policy consensus of the Ministers and highlights the aspects of the Minister’s dissenting reports that are worthy of further consideration by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.
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