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In this month's issue:
SA citrus on rebound
'Holistic' farm trial
22 Adelaide Produce Market
23 Sparrow's Nest
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Business of the month
important water event
will be held at the
Adelaide Convention Centre
from May 9 to11.
Ozwater '11 is designed by the
industry for the industry, and
this year will take the theme
Water for health: towards sus-
tainable practices, in which it
will consider the balance
between sustainability and pub-
lic health protection.
International and national
keynote speakers will address
issues, such as major national
water reforms, climate change
and its impacts, technological
advances and the challenges of
Major presenters will be Nick
Ashbolt, United States
Agency, United States; Anders
International Water Institute,
Sweden; Steve Hrudey,
University of Alberta, Canada;
Patricia Mulroy, Southern
Nevada Water Authority, US;
Professor Graeme Hugo,
University of Adelaide and Rob
Adelaide's Kelly Nestor will be
MC for the conference.
Topics will include:
• Integrating water manage-
• Making sense of water policy
reform -- the past 10 years and
• New water sources and sys-
• Water and people.
• Water and wastewater sys-
tems and processes.
A series of workshops will be
held within the main program.
In addition, there will be exten-
sive multi-level networking and
social activities that will offer
delegates the opportunity to
engage leaders and industry
experts on an individual basis to
discuss issues of importance to
Another component of the
conference will be the extensive
Ozwater '11 Trade Exhibition,
showcasing the best products,
ser vices and innovations the
industry has to offer. Organisers
anticipate that, in addition to
the conference delegates, thou-
sands of trade visitors will attend
the free exhibition.
Details: Wayne Castle 08 9436 0055 or
Our most precious resource: the subject of a major conference in
Adelaide from May 9.
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