The National Farmers Federation, NT Farmers Association and NT Cattlemen’s Association are delighted to host the Towards 2030 Forum in Darwin on the 20the of May 2021.
The Forum will bring together agricultural and regional leaders to take stock of progress towards our common goal of reaching $ 100 billion in on-farm production by 2030. The event will focus on the important role that the agricultural sector of the Northern Territory will play in achieving the 2030 stage.
The Forum will feature keynote presentations from Telstra, the Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment and industry leaders. NFF President Fiona Simson will host a panel with NT agriculture associations on improving economic opportunities for agriculture in the territory.
“NT Farmers is delighted to be part of the NFF Forum which will help stimulate agricultural investment and development in the North. Northern Australia will have an extremely important role to play in achieving the $ 100 billion target by 2030. The event will help farmers and investors take advantage of the growing demand for agricultural products from responsible and sustainable way.
“This is a must-attend event for investors, farmers and decision-makers interested in the possibilities of northern development. Mr. Paul Burke, CEO of the NT Farmers Association, said.
“The 2030 target of $ 100 billion in on-farm production is ambitious. The Towards 2030 Forum provides a key opportunity to reflect on our progress towards this goal and to lead the political debate to ensure that we meet and beat the 2030 goal ”.
“The forum is a unique opportunity to hear from people on the front lines of the growth of Australian agriculture, develop new industries and ensure new innovations keep Australia at the forefront of the world. ‘agriculture in the world’. National Farmers Federation President Fiona Simson said.
“For over 150 years, the territory’s pastoral sector has served as a model for regional development in northern Australia. Now, as we move towards $ 100 billion in agricultural production by 2030, learning from the lessons of the past will provide a better understanding of how northern Australia, and in particular the territory, can be the leader of file by contributing to this growth.
“The NTCA is delighted to be part of the forum that will showcase the important role the pastoral sector of the Northern Territory can play in reaching the 2030 milestone.” Said Mr. Will Evans, CEO of NT Cattlemen’s Association.
Source: NFF. Admission is free for conference attendees or only $ 100 for non-attendees. For more information visit Towards 2030 Forum Series – National Farmers Federation (nff.org.au)