THE latest chapter in the state government's response to the devastating 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires was written last week, with the release of the draft State Bushfire Management Plan 2021-2025.
WHAT a difference a year makes. If we rewind to Easter last year, our circumstances were vastly different.
In the aftermath of natural disasters, it is important to review and analyse our response. What worked and what didn't?
While fruit fly outbreaks in Adelaide are not uncommon, they usually seem to be dealt with in a pretty short period of time. This time feels different.
It seems that people do not need to live in our pastoral zone to feel a deep connection to the area or have a firm view on how the region should be managed.
FEW of us expected to see great swathes of SA's farmland covered in genetically-modified canola or safflower in the first year since the state's moratorium on GM food crops was lifted.
IN the past couple of weeks, there has been plenty of debate about what - if any - role agriculture should play in reaching a carbon neutral target.
THE state's bull sale season is officially under way, with several Simmental auctions held in the past week, along with a couple of Angus sales.