Macintyre Ag Alliance is proudly hosting the inaugural Goondiwindi Region Agribusiness Summit on March 23-24, combining a conference, dinner and field day to connect producers with the information and tools to prepare for future drought and climate extremes.
Wednesday 23 March, 9am - 4:30pm, Goondiwindi Cultural Centre
Day one of the program will feature presentations from Claire Booth, Nigel Kerin and Julia Spicer, as well as a panel session with the day's presenters and RCS Chairman David McLean.
Wednesday 23 March, from 5pm, Macintyre Boathouse
At the conclusion of day one of the Agribusiness Summit, stroll down the Macintyre River and join us for drinks and dinner at the Macintyre Boathouse.
Thursday 24 March, 9am - 4pm , "Rexton"
Day two of the Agribusiness Summit will centre around a carbon farming and landscape rehydration field day at Tom and Antoinette Archer's property "Rexton", a 4800ha rotational grazing property east of Goondiwindi.
The Agribusiness Summit received funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund and is supported by Southern Queensland Landscapes through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.
Macintyre Ag Alliance extends a special thank you to event sponsors B&W Rural, Suncorp, GrainGrowers, the Murray Darling Basin Authority and the Goondiwindi Regional Council.
For questions, contact Louie Carroll on 0428 738 125 or email email@example.com.