Minister for Agriculture Adam Marshall today announced 12 projects would share in a $500,000 funding boost from the NSW Government’s Supporting Seafood Future grants program to boost the value of the State’s seafood industry.
Held every April, Sugar Shaker Month is dedicated to educating beekeepers across the state about pest mites that affect bees.
Drought conditions remain widespread across NSW, particularly in the entire western area of the state which is managing a prolonged drought event.
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