Central West New South Wales farmers and agricultural industry representatives have the opportunity to hear from leading experts in agriculture and climate science on 10th September in Orange.
The Risks and Rewards of Farming in a Changing Climate conference will present the latest in climate change science, explore the impacts farmers are already facing and share some of the exciting developments that may help farmers through the next few decades.
Speakers include the Australian National University’s Steven Crimp, the Australian Farm Institute’s Richard Heath and NSW Local Land Services’ Richard Bull as well as many others. Sessions on the day will cover topics ranging from local climate changes, implications for markets, as well as social impacts and solutions, new technology and climate-smart farming systems.
The conference will be held from 8am at the Orange Ex-Service’s Club. It is supported by Farmers for Climate Action.
Tickets to the conference are $60 or $80 for the conference and cocktail evening. For more information or to make a booking go to: www.farmersforclimateaction.org.au/events