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The Tas Farm Innovation Hub is managing the following projects to improve climate resilience in the Tasmanian agriculture sector. For more information, email

Integrating trees into farm plans to improve resilience to drought

Lead organisation: 
Private Forests Tasmania

Community learning and engagement

Lead organisation: 
East Coast Primary Producers Association

Production systems approach to soil ecological restoration

Lead organisation: 
Cradle Coast NRM

Drought Risk Assessment – Practical management support to build resilience

Lead organisation: 
Rural Business Tasmania

Enabling Ag Innovators of the future

Lead organisation: 
Tasmania Farmers and Graziers Association

Integrating digital innovation into Tasmanian oysters

Lead organisation: 
Oysters Tasmania

A model for grass-roots biosecurity collaboration in the Derwent

Lead organisation: 
Derwent Catchment Project

Farm Gate Futures: Innovating through agritourism

Lead organisation: 
Optimum Standard

Securing Tasmania's supply chain reputation and product integrity from farm to plate - digital traceability ecosystem

Lead organisation: 
Biosecurity Tasmania

Accelerating adoption of electronic nose technology through on farm demonstration and end user co-development

Lead organisation: 
Borlaug Technologies

Creating drought management tools for North West pasture managers

Lead organisation: 
Ag Logic

Redesigning grazing for drought resilience

Lead organisation: 
Regenerative Agriculture Network Tasmania

Natural capital and on farm opportunities in the Derwent

Lead organisation: 
Derwent Catchment Project

Restoring ecosystem functions for drought and extreme weather resilience of agricultural production systems in the Midlands

Lead organisation: 
Tasmanian Land Conservancy (Midlands Project 1)

Strategies to monitor and enhance pollination and pest control at a farm and landscape scale

Lead organisation: 
TIA (Midlands Project 2)

Best practices for the management of bankside (riparian) vegetation to maximise the benefits for water quality and aquatic health

Lead organisation: 
TIA (Midlands Project 3)

Supporting drought and climate resilience in Aboriginal farm enterprises

Lead organisation: 
Flinders Aboriginal Resource Management (FARM)

Our ParTners

The hub is proud to work with a diverse network of over 20 Industry Partners, Delivery Partners and collaborators to build drought and climate resilience through hub activities. Through this network, we span the entire breadth of the Tasmanian agriculture sector and can support farmers, agricultural businesses and communities.
TAS Farm Innovation Hub - Growing Climate Resilient Communities

Funding & AcknowledgmentS

This program received funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.

The Australian Government is contributing $12.4 million over 4 years through the Future Drought Fund under various grants. Hub partners and the University of Tasmania will provide co-contributions of an amount at least equal to the Australian Government funding over the same period.

We acknowledge the palawa/pakana people, the traditional custodians of the land upon which we live and work. We honour their enduring culture and knowledges as vital to the self-determination, wellbeing and resilience of their communities.

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