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There's Nothing Conventional About Australian Cotton | Cotton Australia Webinar Series

Monday, February 28, 2022 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Organised by

Cotton Australia

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Date:

February 28

Time:

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Organizer

Cotton Australia

Over the coming months a sequence of six webinars will take a deep dive into the Australian cotton industry and its place in the global textile future by exploring its unique points of difference, engagement with adaptive technology and viability in the future circular economy. Prepare to be challenged, meet some new faces and learn something new.

This series is brought to you by Cotton Australia and supported by Agricultural Trade and Market Access Corporation (ATMAC)
 

EVENT OVERVIEW:

Session 1
The seed that packs a punch
Thursday, October 7th 2021 - WATCH HERE
 

Session 2
Every Drop counts
Wednesday, December 8th 2021 - WATCH HERE
 

Session 3 - REGISTER HERE
Farming with Nature: Why Biodiversity Matters
Monday, February 28th 2022, 3:00pm - 4:00pm

This third webinar in Cotton Australia’s series will take a closer look at a key issue for brands, retailers and the fashion industry: biodiversity. An expert panel including leading biodiversity champion and cotton farmer Andrew Watson, natural resource specialist Stacey Vogel and Landcare Australia’s Head of Corporate Partnerships James Link will uncover what biodiversity means, how nature is balanced with production on Australian farms and how brands can help effect positive change. The webinar will be hosted by John James of Enablers of Change.
 

Panel Members Include
James Link – Head of Corporate Partnerships, Landcare Australia
Stacey Vogel - Natural Resource Management Lead – CRDC
Andrew Watson – Cotton Farmer and Biodiversity Advocate

REGISTER HERE
 
 

ABOUT COTTON AUSTRALIA
Cotton Australia is the peak body for Australia’s cotton growers, representing up to 1,500 cotton farming families in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, and a developing industry in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The organisation strives to foster a world-class agricultural industry that is sustainable, valued for its economic and social contributions, and its production of very high-quality cotton, in demand around the world.

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