Northern and western producers will have the opportunity to discuss reforms to the new state drought policy at a dedicated event in Boulia next week.
The Grazing Futures team will hold a pop-up office with rural services providers at Boulia Shire Hall on Thursday, March 31.
RFCS north Queensland rural financial counsellor, Rachel Bock, said it will be an opportunity for interested graziers to find out about the new drought policy changes, as well as hear updates from attending service providers.
Presentations outlining the changes to the Queensland government drought policy will be held at 11am and 3.30pm.
Producers are encouraged to contact service providers directly to take advantage of one-on-one appointments available on both Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1 from 9am.
Walk in appointments are welcome on Thursday only.
Boulia mayor Rick Britton said the pop-up event is an opportunity for people to attend and hear first-hand what the new drought policy entails and how it might assist them.
"I'd suggest you make a day of it, pop into the pop-up office and then stick around for crumbed steak night at the pub," he said.
Service providers include:
Service providers will also deliver short service updates at 9:30am and 2:30pm.
For more information contact the Grazing Futures team.
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