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Tapping a Natural Resource – A Rural & Regional ‘Remote’ Workforce

Look back over the project and lets see how the Jo Palmer program strengthened our network and community. Everyone is welcome to this lunch and you will hear from well – known local farmer and community advocate, Fred (Frances) Colless. 12pm, Thursday 30th June at The Fettell Centre. Book Now Contact Diana Fear for more...

Science to Practice Forum

The Future Drought Fund’s second annual Science to Practice Forum is taking place from June 7 to 9, 2022. At the Science to Practice Forum, you’ll see how researchers and industry are working with farmers to get our regions ready for drought. Click to see the schedule and register today.

Sam Kekovich in Condobolin

On Wednesday, 30 March Central West Farming Systems hosted a Community Evening at the Condobolin Sports Club where locals had the chance to meet Australian media personality, sports commentator and Australian ‘Lambassador”, Sam Kekovich. An event that had many date changes due to COVID -19 was able to happen at last. Sam was very excited...

FutureSOILS Trundle farmer site 2020

Future proofing the soils of southern and central NSW from acidification and soil organic carbon decline Author and organisation: Helen McMillan CWFS, Jason Condon and Helen Burns NSW DPI. Introduction Producer and advisor surveys indicate that current approaches to managing soil acidity are based on research and guidelines from the 1990s, and were therefore developed...

2022 CWFS Community Evening with special guest Sam Kekovich

Come and hear about CWFS’ exciting suite of projects and meet Australian “Lambassador” Sam Kekovich. Register Now For more information contact: Diana Fear 0427 897 530

Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West – 2021 Webinar

PDS project code: L.PDS.2102 The CWFS MLA Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) ‘Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West’ is in its first year. It aims to increase knowledge and adoption of alternative annual forage legume options available to livestock producers in the low rainfall zone (LRZ) of Central West NSW that have not traditionally been...

Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West – 2021 Report

The CWFS Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) ‘Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West’ is in its first year.

Southern NSW Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub

Connected and Adaptable People and Places In a major step forward the Southern NSW Drought Resilience and Innovation Hub Board met in early November to set strategy and approve the Hub’s 3-year operational plan. Meeting face to face for the first time, at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, the Southern NSW Innovation Hub’s Board considered...

Southern NSW Drought Resilience Hub

Charles Sturt University is proud to lead the Southern NSW Hub, one of eight hubs being established across Australia to combat drought and form the epicentre of user-driven innovation, research and adoption and facilitate transformational change through the co-design of research, development, extension, adoption, and commercialisation (RDEA&C) activities. Based at the Charles Sturt University AgriPark...

Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West – Mid year 2021 report

The CWFS Producer Demonstration Site (PDS) ‘Alternative pasture legumes in NSW Central West’ is in its first year.
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