Vic Hub Newsletter – November 2023

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Read the Vic Hub November Newsletter

Vic Hub’s November newsletter is packed full of information from across the state. 

This edition we canvas strategies to get through a dry summer – including step-by-step through a south-western Victorian example – and give an overview on the Mallee drought report, which has been launched in the state’s north-west.  

The final 3 Regional Drought Resilience Plans for Victoria are open for feedback. This closes on 10 December, so if you’re in the Ovens-Murray, Mallee or Loddon-Campaspe regions, check out our article.  

We also encourage you to take part in shaping the future of Victorian soil, with a humorous look (or is that “a humus look”?!) at ensuring Victorian worms have something to eat by contributing to the survey.  

Still more on having your say, the final Victorian public forum in the FDF draft funding plan consultation process is on 1 December in the Goulburn Valley. If you can’t make that, then hop online before 5pm AEDT, Wednesday 6 December (you’ll find the links in today’s newsletter and on our website). We’ve also included a link to a short video which gives some community views on the FDF’s work.   

Vic Hub proudly sponsored the 2023 Australian Women In Agriculture Conference in Bendigo this month; 80 people from all around Australia heard a stellar speaker line-up. Plus catch up on our other news, including our Associate Director of Drought Resilience’s activity in creating the “green” humanitarian framework. You can also meet our new Innovation Broker, and if you haven’t subscribed to our podcast, make sure you give this great resource a listen.  

Find out what was the most-clicked item last time (hint: it’s to do with a community approach to drought-resilience planning).  

 

Read our November newsletter online, and find all our newsletters here.

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