Irrigation

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Farmers want water 'banked' for future droughts

Monday 20 May 2013
Australian farmers want excess water from large floods to be ‘banked’ in aquifers for use in dry times, according to CSU social researcher, Professor Allan Curtis.

Wagga residents back CSU medical school proposal

Thursday 28 Mar 2013
CSU's announcement it would build a campus of its proposed medical school in Wagga Wagga has prompted an enthusiastic response from residents.

For whom the Bell Frog calls

Tuesday 19 Mar 2013
She's yet to see the elusive Southern Bell Frog, a threatened species in NSW, but for one CSU researcher the fact that she heard one call was "incredibly exciting".

Students have the world at their feet

Friday 15 Feb 2013
CSU wants its students to take on the world according to newly-appointed CSU Global manager, Dr Shevahn Telfser.

CSU students set to graduate in Dubbo

Friday 7 Dec 2012
More than 370 graduands and guests will gather to celebrate the graduation of 94 students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Dubbo on Tuesday 11 December.

CSU students set to graduate in Orange

Friday 7 Dec 2012
Almost 500 graduands and guests will gather to celebrate the graduation of 114 students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange on Tuesday 11 December.

Detailing the benefits of environmental flows

Friday 16 Nov 2012
Two major monitoring projects, led by researchers from CSU’s Institute for Land, Water and Society will help governments and managers deliver environmental water to maximise environmental benefits in the Murray-Darling Basin.

CSU grads show it's a woman's world

Friday 26 Oct 2012
This year's crop of Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management graduates from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange will feature more pony-tails than stubble, reflecting the fact that more women are joining the industry than ever before.

Bright horizon for CSU students

Tuesday 10 Jul 2012
A passion for agriculture and a desire to promote the industry has seen CSU students Ms Eliza Star and Ms Hannah Schulz awarded prestigious Horizon Scholarships.

Water and climate sceptics doubt authorities: CSU research

Monday 9 Jul 2012
A survey of groundwater users in the Namoi catchment in northern NSW by CSU researchers has found that more than 75 percent feel they are not able to adapt to further cuts in ground and surface water entitlements as suggested by the Murray Darling Basin Authority.

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