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Farming for Climate Resilience and Productivity

A unique field day to inspire and educate farmers, industry and teachers to implement changes that will create positive impacts, hosted by the Lismore Node of the UniSQ-led SQNNSW Innovation Hub.
16 JUN 2023
9.00 AM - 3.00 PM
“Banyula” Clunes, 113 Stewarts Road, Clunes, NSW 2480

Hear from expert speakers on...

  • Unpacking carbon farming with early adopters - hear about their journey and process
  • How to increase productivity and manage your land to ensure climate resilience for flood or drought
  • How to develop climate resilient and adaptable soils, and increase the nutrient cycle for pasture and orchard health
  • ‘Northern Rivers Net Zero’ - benefits, challenges and actions for the agriculture sector
  • Panel discussion convened by Damon Gameau with Q&A.


The day will also include...

  • Farm tours to explore: the Big Scrub revegetation planting project guided by Reforest Now, the Koala Friendly Carbon project, led by WWF Australia and Climate Friendly, and a Regenerative Agriculture practices tour
  • Resources and a workshop for high school teachers
  • Industry stalls
  • Delicious food prepared by talented chefs, including Mindy Woods, proud Bundjalung woman of the Widjabul Wia-bul clan and David Carew from the Casino Food Co-op
  • Plus: Talks by ReForest Now and Climate Friendly


Cost: $40 pp includes lunch ($5 from each ticket will be donated to Big Scrub Landcare)

For more information please contact Lismore Node Manager Luca Peters on

This event has received funding from the Australian Government’s Agricultural Innovation Hubs Program. The SQNNSW Innovation Hub receives funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.