Gulbali Institute ~ Agriculture, Water and Environment

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Innovative and impactful Agricultural, Water and Environmental research

We acknowledge and pay respect to our Wiradjuri First Nations people by using their native language in the naming of this research institute.

“Gulbali ngurambang” is Wiradjuri which translates to “to understand country". After consultation with First Nations people, we use this phrase respectfully as the name of our research institute.

The Gulbali Institute undertakes impactful agriculture, water and environment research, grounded in Charles Sturt’s footprint across the Murray-Darling Basin, and with impact across Australia and globally.

We emphasise return on investment to increase productivity for farmers, improve natural environments, and reduce risk in agricultural and environmental management.

The Gulbali Institute enhances Charles Sturt’s existing program of research and its strong relationships, in particular with Research Development Corporations, key State and Commonwealth departments and agencies, and private industry to achieve outstanding outcomes.

The Institute undertakes multi- and interdisciplinary research and innovation, focusing on three particular areas.

  • Optimising farm systems for performance and sustainability
  • Enhancing the health and resilience of freshwater ecosystems
  • Promoting biodiversity across landscapes.

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