The Chronicle: Farmers want to keep identity

French Black Truffles of Canberra owner Sherry McArdle-English and Andy Westcott from the Molonglo Catchment Group have received a grant to run sustainable farming programs in the Majura Valley. (Picture: Elesa Lee)

Majura Valley truffle farmer Sherry NcArdle-Enlish in conjunction with the Molongo Catchment Group have obtained funds under the Federal Government’s Caring for Country program to identify baseline knowledge, willingness to adopt sustainable agriculture practices and identy land management options in the Majura Valley.

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Note: copyright of the material in this clipping resides with Fairfax Media. Usage permitted in accordance with the Australian Copyright Act 1968, Section 42: Fair dealing for purpose of reporting news. Source: The City Chronicle – 19 January 2010

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