The SA Hub is led by the University of Adelaide (UoA). It is a partnership between farmers, government agencies, traditional owners, industry and business.
The hub will help mixed farmers adopt innovative tools to become more drought resilient.
The Australian Government is contributing $8 million over 4 years through the Future Drought Fund.
Hub partners will provide co-contributions of $11.47 million over 4 years.
SA Hub and node locations
The hub headquarters is at UoA’s Roseworthy campus. Hub nodes are in:
- Port Augusta
The nodes are shopfronts where farmers and other community members can connect with drought resilience experts and learn more about innovative practices, tools and resources.
Key industries include:
- mixed farming
Stakeholders co-design and implement activities that focus on innovation and adoption.
These include projects to increase the social resilience of farmers and communities.
The SA Hub's long-term vision is to grow future investment to strengthen drought resilience and innovation.
Visit the SA Hub website to learn more.