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27.05.2013

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The Wilderness Society opposes the introduction of irrigation in the north. The group's Queensland campaign manager Dr Tim Seelig says he is critical of the rhetoric about balancing farming, agriculture, and the environment, and that river systems in the area are not suitable for large scale irrigated agriculture. Source: abc.net.au

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