POSTED ON 3RD MAY
Registrations are now open for the 2023 Science to Practice Forum, 6 – 8 June.
In this digital toolkit you will find a variety of suggested content for use in your newsletters, social media channels and on your website in support of the forum.
We will supply you with another digital toolkit in May when the program has been released.
The Future Drought Fund’s annual Science to Practice Forum, presented by Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, is on again, 6 – 8 June 2023.
The forum brings together farmers, researchers, government, industry, and the community to explore the innovative tools and practices helping our farmers and regions prepare for future drought.
Award-winning television journalist and presenter of ABC TV’s Landline, Pip Courtney, is hosting this year’s 3-day forum and will facilitate engaging discussions with keynote speakers, presenters and panel members.
Each day focusses on a particular theme:
Tuesday 6 June – Research and Development
Data-driven projects, stories around research trials and outcomes, future-driven content and content relevant to opportunities under the Future Drought Fund for Natural Resource Management, farming systems groups and research bodies.
Wednesday 7 June – Farmers, Producers and Agricultural Advisors
Stories of drought and preparing for it, ‘call-to-action’ presentations, content relevant to opportunities under the FDF for producers and their communities. Farmer and farm-advisor delivered stories.
Thursday 8 June – Community and Policy
Community and social projects, including presentations on farmer wellbeing and community resilience in the context of drought. Policy discussions and input from FDF network partners.
The 2023 Science to Practice Forum is held online and free to attend.
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