The recent severe weather and flooding in the Northern Rivers has impacted on everyone, creating unprecedented challenges, and uncertainty about long term orchard impacts.
The AMS and NSW DPI would like to invite you to a field day and BBQ addressing storm/flood recovery.
The field days are an opportunity to meet with other growers and industry members who were impacted by the severe weather, and to share stories about how growers have fared in the aftermath.
The event will include a field walk to examine storm/flood damage in the orchard and overview recovery and harvest strategies. There will be disease and pest specialists on hand so that you can ask any questions.
In attendance will also be NSW DPI resilience officers who can assist with accessing relief assistance, including eligibility criteria and navigating the application and claims process. AMS staff who have been advocating on your behalf with local and federal government will be available to discuss issues you’re facing and what else you need to recover.
We know everyone has been through a lot lately. These events are a good opportunity for you to ask any questions and for shared experiences with a BBQ lunch and refreshments provided.
RSVP IS ESSENTIAL
RSVPs are essential for catering purposes and will close Tuesday 24 May.
Please click your preferred event location below to RSVP NOW.
Date: Thursday 26 May 2022
Time: 10am - 1pm
Venue: Joof and Marianne Albert’s and Ben van Stratten's Farm, 260 Pimlico Rd, Pimlico
Date: Friday 27 May 2022
Time: 10am - 1pm
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE TO: Hudson Room, NSW DPI, 1243 Bruxner Highway, Wollongbar
These events are hosted by the Australian Macadamia Society in conjunction with NSW Department of Primary Industries.
AMS events and Covid-19
To ensure the safety of our members and staff, the AMS is committed to providing Covid safe events. If you would like more information on the measures we are taking please contact the AMS office on email@example.com
If you have been unwell or travelled through a known Covid-19 hotspot recently, please do not attend in person.
This website has been partly funded by Hort Innovation, using the macadamia research and development levy and contributions from the Australian Government.