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Mouse Hole to Beer Garden

More thinking through pictures this week. Next summer, provided John is happy for us to carry on digging up his pasture, then we are going to try to excavate some of the innner ditch segments and interior of the… 503 more words


Break Crops for Soil Nitrogen and GIS/Geomatics/Meteorology Applications

Another interesting story out of ABC Rural about break crops like vetch and chick peas put nitrogen back into the soil naturally to get a more fertile soil in future growing seasons. 118 more words


Dividend Diversification - Update

A while back I had posted about Dividend Risks and the need for dividend diversification. Back then, 6 stocks (GE, MO, KMP, ARCP, AAPL and HPQ) contributed close to… 202 more words


Asset Management on the Farm Through Technology

We know technology is expanding each day.  Another interesting story from Australia starts off with a discussion about bringing broadband to the farm (and by extension other rural areas).  198 more words


Changing Champaign: Evaluating Developmental Suitability in Central Illinois

The text and figures in this report were compiled over a month-long period of modules for a physical planning course at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. 37 more words


Seven ways GIS training can make you more valuable to your organisation

GIS training isn’t just about improving your own technical skills – it’s also about helping you become a more valuable asset to your organisation. Here, Esri Australia trainer… 670 more words