Listen, learn and link to create opportunities for farming communities
The Rural Resilience Program (PDF, 541.94 KB) defines resilience as a 'process' rather than an outcome or personality trait and acknowledges that levels of resilience among farmers and their families can be impacted by adverse events.
The team works proactively in partnership with farming communities and service providers across NSW to strengthen networks, exchange information and deliver relevant initiatives that build personal and business resilience skills and knowledge, enabling people to move forward in a positive direction.
This workshop will help you identify barriers to a fulfilling and profitable farm family business. You will learn about the types of barriers, how they impact on family wellbeing and business performance and identify your own strengths and weaknesses.
Find out about a two-day, face-to-face workshop run by NSW DPI designed for all rural women who want to:
Pip Job, Senior Project Manager with NSW DPI discusses techniques to become effective communicators that improve family communication. She includes lots of practical tips and strategies to manage difficult conversations which often occur in a family business. This engaging video was filmed at a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Business Update, Parkes in 2017.
Contact Rural Resilience Officers
Rural Resilience Officer
0407 971 675
Mid to North Coast |
(based at Coffs Harbour)
|Jen Haberecht||0400 160 email@example.com|
Southern NSW |
(based at Goulburn)
|Ted O'Kane||0427 781 firstname.lastname@example.org|
(based at Hay)
|Danny Byrnes||0400 374 email@example.com|
Western Region |
(based at Broken Hill)
|Ellen Day||0427 639 firstname.lastname@example.org|
North West |
(based at Coonamble)
|Amanda Glasson||0438 082 email@example.com|
0427 188 643