Dear All,

With a particularly hot, dry summer being forecast, it’s very timely that Drought Ready Tasmania has been in contact.  They are holding regional planning workshops for community and organisations to talk about Drought Resilience Planning, these will focus on ways to build resilience across the agricultural sector, other industries and regional communities. 


For more information and to register please click on the Southern Region Drought Planning Information link below, or go to


Please feel free to share this information with anyone who may be interested, and to display the attached flyer or pop it on social media or other platforms.

Many thanks



Drought Ready Regional Info Sessions

Join the conversation and hear about Tasmania’s regional drought risk and resilience study and let us know what drought resilience planning will look like in the next 10 months.
You will also get to meet the newly appointed regional planning coordinators who will facilitate regional planning in collaboration with you and your local stakeholders.


To register and receive the online meeting link, click on the regional meeting above.


For more information contact: Lesley King, Project Manager (Regional Drought Resilience) on (p):+61 3 6232 7884 or email[email protected]




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