Region's primary producers to be connected with crucial services, drought relief
Primary producers across the Southern Downs can meet face to
face with agency representatives offering crucial services to those feeling the
impacts of the drought at Ten Minutes with a Master.
Hosted by Southern Downs Regional Council, Ten Minutes with
a Master sessions connect primary producers across the region with agencies and
service providers to discuss how they can access and benefit from drought
The first event will be held on Thursday, 21 February at the
Karara Hotel Motel while a second event is planned for Tuesday, 26 February
with details to be confirmed.
The organisations that will attend Ten Minutes with a Master
Farm Household Allowance
Mental Health Services
Queensland Country Women’s Association Grants
Rural Financial Assistance
Southern Downs Mayor Tracy Dobie said the event will provide
invaluable information to the region’s primary producers.
“Council held the first Ten Minutes with a Master event in
November 2018, and the feedback from those that attended was very positive,” Cr
“If you or someone you know could benefit from meeting with
agency representatives and hearing about the support services they offer, then
I encourage you to get in touch with Council and attend the event.”
The interview sessions will take place between 11:00am and
6:30pm, with a full circuit of meetings with all agency representatives taking
one hour and 20 minutes to complete.
Spaces are limited, so primary producers interested in
attending the events should RSVP to SDRC as soon as possible. SDRC will
allocate appointment times for those wishing to attend after receiving their
For more information or to register your interest in
attending the events, please contact SDRC Community Development Officer Charee
Aspinall on 1300 697 372 or email@example.com.