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Nuffield Australia National Conference – Brisbane
Tuesday 17 September 2019 - Saturday 21 September 2019
|Start:||Tuesday 17 September 2019|
|End:||Saturday 21 September 2019||Event category:||Animal production, Animal welfare and handling, Climate and natural disasters, Land and pastures, People and business, Research|
Royal International Convention Centre
600 Gregory Terrace+ Google Map
Fortitude Valley, Queensland 4006 Australia
Our Nuffield Australia National Conference is the highlight of the Nuffield calendar. Our flagship event offers a meeting point for Scholars, Investors and the broader agriculture industry who are all encouraged to attend.
Join the Nuffield community as they host the conference in Queensland, at The Royal International Convention Centre – EKKA Precinct – in Brisbane.
The theme is ‘Collaborate. Innovate. Cultivate’, showcasing Scholars’ ability to learn from farmers around the globe, identify cutting edge farming practices and technology, and sow the seeds of change that see individuals, businesses and wider industry flourish.
The program will provide in-depth insights into Australian and global agriculture along with a detailed look at agriculture in Queensland. In addition to more than 25 Nuffield Scholars presenting the findings of their scholarship research, there will be a broad array of other speakers focusing on the conference theme.
Over 25 Scholars will present the findings of their scholarship studies, and topics include:
• Effective branding to attract a premium
• Facilitating the uptake of new agricultural technology
• Strengthening business and strategic planning capability
• Business risk management in a variable climate
• Soil health and regeneration principles in agriculture
• Key factors affecting farmer uptake of information
• Enabling better environmental outcomes in agriculture
• Management practices used to combat urban growth in productive agricultural regions
Registrations close 2 September 2019.
For more information, go to the 2019 Nuffield Australia National Conference website.