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Land and Food: Agricultural and Related Education in the Victorian Colleges and the University of Melbourne

By Lindsay Falvey & Barrie Bardsley

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Book Id: WPLBN0002170344
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Reproduction Date: 1997

Title: Land and Food: Agricultural and Related Education in the Victorian Colleges and the University of Melbourne  
Author: Lindsay Falvey & Barrie Bardsley
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Agriculture, Australia
Collections: Education, Authors Community, Agriculture, Management, Most Popular Books in China, Finance, Sociology, Economy, Literature, Law, Social Sciences, History
Historic
Publication Date:
1997
Publisher: Institute of Land and Food Resources, University of Melbourne
Member Page: Lindsay Falvey

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& Barrie Bardsley, L. F. (1997). Land and Food: Agricultural and Related Education in the Victorian Colleges and the University of Melbourne. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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From earliest origins in Scotland, influenced by early USA development, the history of agricultural education is use to introduce the influences on Australian agricultural education through the system in the most developed State of Victoria from the 1800s to the late 1990s. The creation of the new Institute of Melbourne School of Land and Environment on 1 July 1997 represents a landmark in the history of agricultural, food, forestry, horticulture and natural resource management education in Australia. It indicates a commitment from the Victorian College of Agriculture and Horticulture and the University of Melbourne to merge the agriculture, food, forestry and horticultural activities into a single faculty to become Australia's largest ever such entity. The book traces the story of the forming entities of Land and Food in chronological order touching on high points and attempting to draw out elements which contribute to today's culture within this very large faculty. The personalities in the early stages of agricultural education, including the persuaders, rogues, visionaries, politicians, academics and farmers, are, we believe, mentioned in context.

Table of Contents
Acknowledgement Editors' Foreword Chapters: 1. Origins 2. Prelude 3. Dookie 4. Longerenong 5. Burnley 6. University of Melbourne 7. Forestry at Creswick 8. Gilbert Chandler 9. Glenormiston 10. MicMillan 11. VCAH 12. Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Horticulture 13. Institute of Land and Food Resources References Index


 

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