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Privacy Statement/Disclaimer

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Your use of this Site is conditional upon your acceptance and compliance with the terms and conditions in this document and any other notices on this Site. Future Farm Industries CRC may at any time and without prior notice amend any term and condition regarding the use of this Site.

Disclaimer

The technical information on this site is made available in good faith by Future Farm Industries CRC to promote public discussion and to help improve farm profitability and natural resource management, and you should obtain specialist advice on the applicability or otherwise of the technical information on this site.

Neither Future Farm Industries CRC Limited nor any of its Participants endorse the technical information contained on this site nor do they endorse any products identified by trade name.

The technical information on this site is made available on the understanding that neither Future Farm Industries CRC Limited, nor any of its Participants will have any liability arising from any reliance upon any technical information on this site.

The pages on this site are subject to copyright, and the prior written consent of Future Farm Industries CRC Limited must be obtained before it is copied.

Copyright

Copyright in this site, and all the information it contains, vests in the CRC. The CRC grants permission for the general use of any or all of this information provided due acknowledgment is given to its source.

Privacy Policy

In accordance with the National Privacy Principles, the CRC provides the following privacy statements.

Data Collection

Data that in some way identifies the user is gathered during interactions with the Future Farm Industries CRC website in the following circumstances:
  • Computer Information
    It is a necessary part of visiting any website that the user's web browser provides the machine's identity (its IP address) to the web server so that the server can address the reply to the correct machine. In addition, the browser type and operating system are provided. 
  • Navigation and ClickStream Data
    Browsing any website generates a trail of pages visited and the time spent displaying each page, which is useful in the continual evaluation of the site. In the unlikely event of an investigation, a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the service provider's logs. This does not identify individual users.

Email management - collection of personal information

The CRC will only record your e-mail address if you send us a message. It will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided it and will not be added to a mailing list without your consent. We will not use your e-mail address for any other purpose, and will not disclose it, without your consent.

Your contact details

Any personal information collected online will only be collected with your consent using lawful and fair means, and only used for a lawful purpose.

Occasionally we may provide your contact details, provided voluntarily and knowingly by you to the CRC, to a third party, for example to a conference organiser promoting a conference of which Future Farm Industries CRCis a supporter or sponsor, or for CRC initiated surveys seeking stakeholder evaluation of the CRC's performance or products.

If you do not consent to the CRC using your personal information as detailed above, please send an email to the communication manager and an appropriate stop will be put in place.

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Future Farm Industries Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) ceased trading on 30 June 2014.

This website contains information about the CRC’s research into perennial plant based farming systems.

This site will remain live until 30 June 2017 but is no longer being updated or reviewed.

Further information about CRC research projects can be obtained by following links from relevant project pages or by viewing the research transfer page.

The CRC was funded for seven years (2007-2014) under the Australian Government Cooperative Research Centre program.