DEPUTY Premier Jeff Seeney today promised to provide the foundations for a vibrant economic future for the Mary Valley, still suffering from the after-effects of the failed Traveston Crossing dam proposal.

Speaking in Kandanga, Mr Seeney announced the government's new strategy to rebuild the Valley's economy.

He said the plan aimed to attract private investment and to combine the Valley's land and water assets into "viable agricultural business units" which would restore regional prosperity through employment and investment opportunities.

See tomorrow's Gympie Times for more.

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