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AAAC/APEN 2002 Workshop

Workshop proceedings

Managing in a time of climate and landscape change
Proceedings of the AAAC/APEN Workshop 8 November 2002
NRE, Institute of Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture, Tatura Vic 3616
ISBN 0 9577030 4 X

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AAAC (Australian Association of Agricultural Consultants) is a section of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology. The Association caters to and addresses the particular needs of agricultural and natural resource management consultants; determines and implements codes of ethics and professional conduct for practitioners; and assists the growth and standing of the profession. Ongoing professional development is a focus of AAAC and training activities are held regularly for the benefit of members. Professional Indemnity insurance is a prerequisite of membership in AAAC and considerable resources are focused on enhancing the group PI scheme made available through AAAC.

APEN (Australasia-Pacific Extension Network Inc) is a representative, networking and professional development organisation for extension professionals - people involved in community and rural development, adult education, communication and other related fields. The network is made up of over 500 extension professionals across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and with members in South Africa, the Pacific and the USA.