The eight Australian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hubs will join forces at the premier agrifood tech conference evokeAG. on 20 and 21 February, providing a united front to address one of the most pressing challenges facing agricultural communities – an increasingly variable climate.
Merredin and Districts Farm Improvement Group’s Annual General Meeting stirs WaterSmart conversation in the community
Growers from Merredin and surrounding areas are rethinking water planning, management, and quality after a presentation from the WaterSmart Dams team at Merredin and Districts
Over 40 of Murdoch University’s third-year animal science students attended two Extension and Adoption learning sessions with the South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation
A group of twelve recently joined the Hub team on tour to South Australia. South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub Project Manager Kellie-Jane
Calling all Hub Partners – Up to $1m to assist transforming drought resilience in agriculture with the South-West WA Drought Hub
The South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub (SW WA Hub) is opening a small grants program to its Hub Consortium Partners to the
Spray-on biodegradable mulch is being put to the test in Western Australian horticultural trials with the aim of assessing its potential to improve water efficiency,
Producers keen to find out about the latest research outcomes relating to precision agriculture technology and water management are encouraged to register for a coming workshop in Manjimup on June 8.
The South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub (SW WA Hub) has announced four successful applicants for its student bursaries focused on extension and adoption activities.
Western Australian university students are encouraged to apply for South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub (SW WA Hub) bursaries worth up to $8000 each.
The South-West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub (SW WA Hub) is offering practical assistance to potential applicants for grants worth up to $3 million each which are aimed at driving large-scale farmer adoption of drought resilience practices and technologies.
Innovative agricultural projects worth more than $4 million have commenced in Western Australia after grants were awarded by the South‐West WA Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub (SW WA Hub).
Assisting horticulture producers to use irrigated water more efficiently is the aim of a collaborative new project that will help maintain crop production in a drying climate.
Well known agricultural facilitator and extension leader Julianne Hill will join the Grower Group Alliance (GGA) to help farmers adopt practices that will assist them to adapt to a drying climate.
Key new staff members are joining the Grower Group Alliance (GGA), significantly boosting its capacity to extend innovative agricultural research and to maximise its adoption by growers.