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ROMA: Climate, Forage & Finance Workshops

Climate is the most significant challenge for those working on the land. Join presenters Paul Webb, Climate Mate from USQ, Tony Koch, Queensland Rural & Industry Development Authority and Lachlan Marshall, Southern Queensland NRM to better understand and plan for climatic changes and extremes, with a focus on drought resilience.

Two free climate management training sessions will be held at the Overlander Motel Conference Room in Roma on Wednesday 3rd April 2019.


Session 1 – 8am – 12pm

Session 2 – 1pm – 5pm

*Only 10 spots are available per session*


  • Current climate – drivers, status and outlook.
  • Pasture growth – what have you got now and what can you expect.
  • The bottom line – drought, debt and being finance ready.
  • Long Paddock FORAGE – hands on session to access reports for pasture growth and what can be expected for your property.

Morning and afternoon tea will be provided.

RSVP by 1st April to Lachlan Marshall via lachlan.marshall@sqnrm.com.au or 0427 056 443.


This event is brought to you by GrazingFutures which is funded by the Queensland Government’s Drought and Climate Adaptation Program (DCAP), aiming to improve drought preparedness and resilience for Queensland producers. USQ Climate Mates are part of the Northern Australia Climate Program.