2nd May, 2024 at 12pm (AEDT)



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Peter Holding
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Farmers for Climate Action is thrilled to announce our upcoming webinar “Risk Management and Decision Making in a Variable Climate”.

This webinar will be facilitated by our Community Outreach Officer, Peter Holding and will feature three guest speakers who are experts in the field.

Our webinar event will go beyond the presentations, offering you a chance to engage with our guest speakers through a Q&A section.

RSVP today for an enlightening session that combines expert perspective, real-world experiences, and the opportunity to ask any questions you have about risk management and decision making.

Can’t attend?  Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording.


Dr Hanabeth Luke

Dr. Hanabeth Luke is passionate about building resilience in rural and regional Australia. Her research explores on-farm drivers of decision-making across rural Australia, towards strategic planning that integrates optimal information and approaches for supporting best-practice soil, farm and land management. As Founding Coordinator of the Southern Cross University Courses in Regenerative Agriculture, and as Project Leader of several national research projects, her work aims to reduce community and landscape vulnerability to weather extremes, while increasing wellbeing and regenerative capacity through building and sharing knowledge among farmers, scientists, farming system groups and NRM organisations.

Justin Maroccia

Justin Maroccia is an experienced public policy professional. Justin is a Senior Researcher at the Australian Farm Institutes and brings an extensive knowledge about on farm risk management. He has worked in Washington DC representing the agricultural value chain in US federal regulatory and legislative advocacy. In his time with the Corn Refiners Association and Plant Based Products Council as their Senior Manager of Sustainability, working to push the agriculture and bio-based products industries in a more sustainable direction while lifting up rural communities and the manufacturing sector.

Edward Colless

Edward Colless grows wheat, canola and barley and some pulses, and he runs cattle on his property, Ashantee, 30 kilometres south of Walgett.

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