Agricultural production, including cotton production, is an increasingly complex business requiring continuous adaptation to changing circumstances. Resilience thinking is an approach designed to understand a complex and changing operating environment and maintain capacity to manage future challenges. It is now being widely adopted globally to help communities, industries and governments alike deal with uncertain futures.
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100 of Australia's sharpest and most innovative young leaders in agriculture are being brought together by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the Rural Research and Development Corporations (RDCs) for the GrowAg Summit.
The cotton industry's best and brighest are being invited to apply.
- RT @HelenCThompson: Congratulations @CottonResearch on 25 years of #research #innovation #engagement #outcomes — 2 days 15 hours ago
- 25 years, $280m in #cotton RD&E, 2100 projects, $1.9b in grower benefit - in a 40sec video! https://t.co/J7pnUDGC2M https://t.co/1n6TwI4AhZ — 3 days 9 hours ago
- #Cotton growers, @JCU are studying the impact of climate change on farm practices. To have your say, click here: https://t.co/jl2e8KaCmz — 3 days 10 hours ago