The Science to Practice Forum (the Forum) brings together farmers, researchers, trusted advisors, governments, and the public to discuss innovations in drought resilience.
The Forum connects participants to research and activities building the drought resilience and sustainability of Australian agriculture. It is an opportunity for collaboration and learning across programs funded by the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund—and beyond.
After successful events in 2021 and 2022, the Future Drought Fund is now seeking expressions of interest for presenters for 2023.
The Forum is run online, over 3 days, with each day targeted toward a specific group:
They are also seeking leaders in disruptive innovation, and innovation more broadly to present. Applications are encourage for projects that sit at the intersection of drought resilience, climate adaptation or mitigation, agricultural sustainability and digital agriculture.
If you are unsure where your presentation may fit in the program and your application is successful, the FDF team will work with you to align your presentation with the program’s emerging themes.
Download the application form or contact the TNQ Hub email@example.com for more information.