The NFF’s 16 April 2012 submission to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority regarding the proposed Basin Plan outlines the key concerns of the NFF and its members, particularly the lack of balance in the proposed Plan regarding the needs of the Basin’s economy, community and environment.
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