Whole-of-system planning and increased pasture recovery times can decrease rainfall risk and increase drought resilience. Workshops, webinars, and events will help participants design grazing management, test their design, and assess outcomes objectively.
Sensors placed in diverse estuary locations will provide real-time data via Oysters Tasmania's ShellPOINT data portal, allowing growers and ShellMAP staff to easily access temperature, salinity and tide information. Project outputs will increase agility for on-farm decisions and build capability for strategic management and planning.
This project will foster partnership between Biosecurity Tasmania and one or more seafood industry stakeholders in a Tasmanian seafood industry supply chain to implement robust traceability systems from harvest to plate to mitigate biosecurity risks, differentiate produce and support the attractiveness of the industry.