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In 1935-36 the State Government appointed an Erosion Committee to investigate the problem of soil erosion in NSW. The Committee found that erosion was widespread on farming and grazing lands throughout the State and said that this State was liable to very serious losses on account of erosive damage. On 1 July 1991 the Department of Lands and the Soil Conservation Service were abolished and their functions were incorporated with the Land Titles Office and the Valuer General's Department under the Department of Conservation and Land Management. © State of New South Wales through Museums of History NSW

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Soil Conservation Service of New South Wales Warialda District Technical Manual December 1975.pdf.jpg1975Soil Conservation Service of New South Wales Warialda District Technical Manual December 1975Soil Conservation Service NSW 
Ecological Investigations in the Alpine Area of the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales January to March 1972 February 1973.pdf.jpg1973Ecological Investigations in the Alpine Area of the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales January to March 1972 February 1973Soil Conservation Service NSW 
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