Victorian government agricultural land action plan needs to go further, say planners

Andrew Miller
Updated April 18 2024 - 11:35am, first published April 8 2024 - 4:00am
University of Melbourne Food Systems senior lecturer Rachel Carey says the action plan laid out a positive vision to protect the city's food bowl and secure its food supply, in the face of population growth and climate change. Picture supplied
University of Melbourne Food Systems senior lecturer Rachel Carey says the action plan laid out a positive vision to protect the city's food bowl and secure its food supply, in the face of population growth and climate change. Picture supplied

LEADING planners have welcomed the Victorian government's long-awaited Green Wedge and Agricultural Land Action Plan - but warned more needs to be done.

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Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

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I'm a general reporter with Stock & Land, with a special interest in irrigation issues. I completed my cadetship, with the Age, in 1980. Over my career, I've worked for ABC radio news (Mt Isa, Qld) and at provincial and suburban newspapers.

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