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Office for Women (Aust Gov)
The Australian Government Office for Women (OfW) is a policy advisory unit and a division of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Ollie's World educational resource
'Ollie's World' is the umbrella site for the suite of "Ollie" web sites, produced to support the "Ollie" Programs in various countries. 'Ollie's World' contains two sections - one for adults and one for kids. The site's goal is to make Ollie's World a child-friendly, comprehensive resource centre - presenting information on all sorts of issues relating to sustainability principles.
Ombudsman Tasmania
Contact this office for complaints about Tasmanian state or local government administration.
On-farm Energy and Irrigation Audit assistance now available
The On-farm Energy and Irrigation Audit Program provides a subsidy to assist farmers engage a qualified professional to review their farm energy use and infrastructure and systems, and to identify savings strategies.
On-farm Pesticide Storage (DPIPWE)
A Guide and Checklist for the storage of agricultural pesticides and specifications to meet most current Quality Assurance requirements.
Online Databases
There are a number of free online databases that may be useful to farmers.
Online Livestock
Sell, buy, search and advertise for livestock in Australia.
Opportunities for Young Dairy Network members
The Young Dairy Network Australia is offering support to young people in the industry to attend this year's Dairy Research Symposium which will be held in Camden, New South Wales on 17 and 18 July.
Organic Farming
Organic farms can be found across Tasmania and are involved in varying enterprises from wine to sheep's cheese. Includes information on converting to organic farming.
Organics - information about certification and contacts in Tasmania
Lists certifying bodies in Tasmania and includes general information on converting to organic farming.
Organic, grass fed and hormone-free: does this make red meat any healthier?
Red meat is an excellent source of protein and essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fats, which are linked to heart and brain health. But while a small quantity of lean meat may be good for us, too much red or processed meat can increase our risk of some cancers.
Other emergencies
Includes information on plant and animal disease outbreaks and floods.
Other State Government websites
Links to relevant government websites in other Australian states.
Overview of Organic Farming in Tasmania
Organic farming is farming without the use of synthetic chemicals, artificial fertilisers, pesticides, irradiation or genetically modified organisms.
Ovine Johne's Disease (OJD) in Tasmania
Ovine Johne's Disease (OJD) information for Tasmanian sheep producers.
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