Climate Risk Workshop
Where: Dirranbandi and St George
Do you want to be better prepared for variable rainfall and temperatures? In just a few hours, you can learn the basics of assessing climate risk for the coming season.
QMDC, supported by GrazingFutures* and the University of Southern Queensland, invites you to hear from guest speakers:
- Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Climate Scientist David McRae
- Queensland Farmers’ Federation Project Manager Ross Henry
- variability of the Australian climate
- local examples of rainfall and temperature variability
- how to interpret forecasting products
- how to use forecasting as part of your property management planning
- agricultural insurance - its use as a risk management tool
Cost: Free! RSVP essential for catering purposes.
Civic Centre, Kirby St
Wednesday, 29 November, 9:00am to 12:30pm (lunch incl.)
Merino Motel, 78 Victoria St
Wednesday, 29 November, 5:30pm to 8:30pm (dinner incl.)
A complimentary lunch (at Dirranbandi) and dinner (at St George) follow each workshop.
RSVP by 27 November to: QMDC NRM Technical Officer Lachlan Marshall: M: 0427 056 443 or E: email@example.com
* GrazingFutures is an initiative of the Queensland Government to improve drought preparedness and resilience for Queensland producers.
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