How do we secure water as the critical enabler for communities, economies and the environment in the context of a changing climate?
Like much of NSW the Namoi region is recovering from the worst drought in living memory.
In this exciting new podcast series, Climate Resilience: Namoi, you’ll hear directly from staff and councillors from Walcha and Tamworth Regional councils in the Namoi region about their experiences of unprecedented drought, and how they are preparing for a future of climate uncertainty.
And we’ll bring you to a farm on the Liverpool Plains which is working to keep water in the land for longer and helping ensure a viable future for agriculture.
Whether you work for a regional or urban council or are a concerned member of the community, you will find inspiration in these stories of climate resilience, produced and presented by former ABC documentary maker, Gretchen Miller.
The podcasts are proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Local Government NSW through the Increasing Resilience to Climate Change Program. Sound engineering by Judy Rapley.
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