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    Strengthening Resilience in Glamorgan Spring Bay - Community Conversation


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    Resilience is being able to adapt to new challenges and thrive through change. It requires a connected community, thriving ecosystems, prosperous local economies and adaptive systems. From ecosystem function to small business viability to food production, the impacts of drought and our changing climate are being felt locally. This is an opportunity to be part of the solution.

    In this session we will explore the practical actions needed to prepare for and cope with drought and increasing climate variability. Your ideas will inform development of a Regional Drought Resilience Plan and funding its implementation over the coming years.  

    All welcome. Morning tea provided.

    Background Information

    The Regional Drought Resilience Planning program (jointly funded through the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund and the Tasmanian Government) program is collating stories, learnings and ideas from agricultural communities about what is needed to strengthen resilience to drought and climate variability. It will be a road map detailing the systemic changes and practical on-ground actions that are required to enable the people, organisations and systems in Southern Tasmania to work together in a proactive and coordinated way to make our region strong so that we can thrive no matter the climate. We’ve spent the past few months connecting with stakeholders and collating a series of themes and goals based on feedback to our baseline survey and these initial conversations. Now it is time to delve a bit deeper and determine what needs to happen to achieve these goals and collate ideas for specific projects, initiatives, actions that will get us there.


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