Farm Business Resilience Program and Planning

You may have heard about the Farm Business Resilience program in relation to improving drought resilience, but the program encourages businesses to assess and address all the risks to their business, not just drought.
Developing a Farm Business Resilience Plan is part of the Farm Business Resilience Program that is jointly funded by the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund, and the Queensland Government’s Drought and Climate Adaptation Program, with the aim of helping businesses improve their resilience.

There is funding of up to $2,500 available to assist nurseries develop a Farm Businesess Resilience Plan with additional funding up to $50,000 to assist eligible primary producers with improving water supply and reducing water usage.

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