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Peter Voller

Peter grew up on a farm near Nanango in Queensland. After studying at Gatton College he worked in the Queensland Government for 25 years as an extension officer focusing on native vegetation management strategies on farms. He moved to Tasmania in 2007 to take on the role of Manager Natural Values Conservation in the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, before retiring in 2018. He has been involved in landcare and land management since the late 1970s and is presently chair of West Tamar Landcare Group. He is also Chair of Cradle Coast NRM, a Director on the Cradle Coast Authority Board, Director representing Tasmania on the NRM Regions Australia Board, and a Director on the Landcare Tasmania Board.

Peter has a lifelong connection to landcare as a community movement. He was awarded the Public Service Medal in the Order of Australia in 2001 for services to vegetation management in Queensland. He has broad experience in practical land and vegetation management as well as experience as a farmer and community volunteer.

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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.
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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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