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Published on December 29, 2007

Author: luie


Future Farm Industries CRC Profitable Perennials™ for Australian Landscapes :  Future Farm Industries CRC Profitable Perennials™ for Australian Landscapes Kevin Goss, Chief Executive Officer Our Vision:  Our Vision Transform Australian agriculture and rural landscapes by developing and applying Profitable Perennials™ technologies to innovative farming systems and new regional industries The Profitable Perennials™ Brand:  Farming systems, cultivars and technologies that will … Increase productivity of existing livestock and grain industries Develop new regional industries based on woody crop production Reduce natural resource degradation (incl. dryland salinity), and conserve biodiversity and water resources The Profitable Perennials™ Brand Market for the Profitable Perennials™ Brand:  Market for the Profitable Perennials™ Brand Adoption targets 7.3 m ha innovative farming systems, better perennials for livestock and crop production 850,000 ha salt tolerant farming systems 100,000 ha new woody crops Target zones 60 m ha southern temperate Australia 25 m ha high rainfall 35 m ha crop-livestock Program alignment with markets:  Program alignment with markets Program outputs as products:  Program outputs as products Industry participation in FFI CRC:  Industry participation in FFI CRC Industry & commercial Meat & Livestock Australia Grains R&D Corporation Australian Wool Innovation Landmark – An AWB Company Kondinin Group Enecon, Renewable Oil Co. The Oil Mallee Co. North Central CMA Forest Products Commission WA Joint Venture Agroforestry Program (RIRDC) Sinclair Knight Merz Research & extension Primary industry agencies – NSW, WA, Vic & SA Natural resource & conservation agencies – WA, SA & NSW Research & education CSIRO Universities – WA, Charles Sturt, Melbourne & Adelaide FFI Associates Evergreen Farmers Oil Mallee Association Saltland Pastures Association Research Collaborators in FFI CRC:  Research Collaborators in FFI CRC Research CSIRO Research & extension NSW Department of Primary Industries Department of Agriculture and Food, WA Victorian Department of Primary Industries South Australian Research & Development Institute Department of Environment and Conservation, WA Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, SA NSW Department of Natural Resources Research & education The University of Western Australia Charles Sturt University The University of Melbourne The University of Adelaide Investment and Growth:  Investment and Growth Governance Arrangements:  Governance Arrangements Process from Here:  Process from Here 31 May 2007 Company formed – Board, constitution Participants’ Agreement Commonwealth Agreement 13 February 2007 Interim business plan 27 February 2007 Transition plan – freedom to operate 11 May 2007 Commercialisation & utilisation plan 1 July 2007 Commence operations

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