Politicans Listening: Turnbull makes a major Policy Shift

As elections are one of the only times governments and oppositions take notice of public issues, do you think the potential of Natural Sequence Farming should become an issue.

Over the last years billions of dollars have gone into so called 'fixes' for our problems and now more billions are being poured down possibly another deep hole.

Do you think NSF should be given adequate funds to either prove or disprove it's theories?

Let us know your thoughts here.

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Politicans Listening: Turnbull makes a major Policy Shift

Postby duane » Sat Jan 24, 2009 12:53 pm

Malcolm Turnbull has made a major policy shift.

Click on http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/st ... 01,00.html

Meanwhile, Labour and Penny Wong bumble along clearly out of step with alternative plans that could work. Hers certainly aren't....see http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/st ... 01,00.html

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Postby Shirley Henderson » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:00 am

On the 7.30 report last night I heard The new leader of the liberal party refer back to the above news release on the 24th of January. He said this is what they will go back to pushing so I hope this may involve NSF practices. If he is going to be opposite to labour and isnt afraid of a fight he might be willing to go all the way and turn this country around on weeds.


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