Other Publications

Occasional Publications


Tropical Perennial Grasses for Northern Inland NSW - 2nd edition


Enrich Forage Shrubs - Key Findings of the Enrich Project. First published 2011.


Enrich Perennial Forage Shrubs - from principles to practice for Australian farms. Published 2014.


Management of Mallee Belts for Profitable and Sustained Production. Published June 2012


EverGraze Impact Report 2011-12 summarise the impact of the EverGraze project based on evaluation data
collected from activities between July 2011 and June 2012

EverGraze Supporting Sites Impact Report provides an analysis of the Caring for Our Country EverGraze Supporting Sites project and its contribution to the legacy outputs and impact delivered by the wider Future Farm Industries CRC EverGraze project.

Prospect Statements

Future Farm Industries CRC and its predecessor CRC Salinity produced a series of knowledge synthesis documents called Prospects Statement for the application of specific perennial plant based farming systems.

Prospects for Perennials

Saltland Prospects

Integrated Forestry On Farmland

Lucerne Prospects

Older Publications

Older publications that Future Farm Industries CRC either published or contributed to include:

Lucerne Guidelines for Western Australia

Biodiversity benefits of oil mallees

FFI CRC Environmental Weed Risk
Assessment Protocol

Biodiversity in the Paddock

Mallee Harvester project brochure


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Mallee Industry Tasks
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Mallee Biomass for Biofuels

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This site will remain live until 30 June 2017 but is no longer being updated or reviewed.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