This project is designed to contribute key background information to two blueprints for Australian agriculture currently under development. It will do this by summarising the key features of similar plans that have been developed elsewhere in the world. Of particular importance will be learning lessons from these other national plans, especially in terms of the wholeofsupply chain perspective proposed within the NFF Blueprint which has already been adopted and integrated into many sector specific strategic plans such as those by the RDCs and state agencies in a ‘gatetoplate’ approach.
National Rural Issues
Centre for International Economics
1. To identify the major national agricultural ‘blueprints’ (strategic plans) that have been developed by other countries. 2. To summarise of the key features of each of these ‘blueprints’, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each. 3. To capture any key learnings, including characteristics of success, pitfalls and benefits.
Project Start Date
Friday, June 1, 2012
Project Completion Date
Friday, September 28, 2012
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NRI-National Rural Issues