Join a panel of presenters including ABC Landline presenter Pip Courtney, cricket great Steve Waugh, local farmer Glen Clarke & Ability Agriculture's Josie Clarke and Dr. Amy Cosby for Mid-North Coast’s Agricultural Conference - River to the Sea.
Exploring the need for agricultural sustainability on the Mid-North Coast of Australia - and showcasing the Macleay Valley region - the River to the Sea conference will provide an opportunity for our local farmers and the agriculture industry to meet to identify more ways to work together to achieve longer term sustainability in our changing climate conditions.
The conference will support local farming and agriculture businesses make connections to help improve well being and resilience. It's will also be an opportunity to celebrate the vast range of locally produced products from our region that have been developed or were diversified during the drought and now post drought
Get your tickets now to make the connections needed to grow and create a sustainable future.
Tickets are $25 per person for full day conference including morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, post conference drinks and nibbles. Tickets have been subsidised by Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal (FRRR) through funding from the Australia Government Future Drought Fund.
Glen Clarke and Josie Clarke Dr Amy Cosby
This project is supported by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal, through funding from the Australian Government's Future Drought Fund.
Slim Dusty Centre, 490 Macleay Valley Way, South Kempsey, 2440, View Map
490 Macleay Valley Way ,
South Kempsey 2440