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Feedback wanted on drought help | Wingham Chronicle



Mid Coast farmers and primary producers are encouraged to provide feedback to the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) in relation to the most effective measures that helped them manage their businesses in the face of the recent drought.

NSW DPI deputy director general Kate Lorimer-Ward said the drought assistance evaluation project aims to improve service delivery and planning for future drought events.

“Droughts are a part of the Australian landscape, so understanding how we can manage and prepare for droughts and support our rural community is essential in achieving stronger primary industries,” Ms Lorimer-Ward said.

Ms Lorimer-Ward said NSW DPI is managing an evaluation of drought relief measures on behalf of the Stat government.

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