Adaptation and change in Queensland’s rangelands: Cell grazing as an emerging ideology of pastoral-ecology

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Summary: This paper discusses the adaption of “cell grazing” in Australia, which it describes as an “ecologically integrated paradigm.” From the Abstract: “It is argued that cell grazing is, at present, a marginal activity that requires an ideological and cultural shift, as well as an investment in new infrastructure; however, current cell grazing activities may also demonstrate that beef grazing has the potential to be both economically and environmentally sustainable.”

Richards, Carol, and Geoffrey Lawrence. 2009. “Adaptation and change in Queensland’s rangelands: Cell grazing as an emerging ideology of pastoral-ecology.”  Land Use Policy 26 (3):630-639.

 

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