Property Rights Australia will hold its annual conference in Chinchilla on Saturday June 3, under the theme of “Building resilience through community”.
“For any large life changing event, it is difficult to meet something very different from what you are used to without some sort of support from a section of the community, and to have the resilience to manage stress,” PRA chairman and Wandoan cattle producer Dale Stiller said.
The keynote speaker will be Tim Saal, manager at Rural and Remote Mental Health, speaking on the topic of ‘Tips and Tools to Manage Stress in a David and Goliath Fight’.
“There are a number of ongoing issues across different regions where landowners are confronted by a struggle in which they feel alone and powerless,” Mr Stiller said.
“The PRA conference will bring together quality speakers delivering informative presentations for the benefit of attendees.”
Presentations will also focus on vegetation management, groundwater and environmental laws and Nature Conservation Act trigger mapping.
The conference will be officially opened by LNP Member for Warrego, Ann Leahy, while One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts will also address the audience.
A bus tour from 1pm-4pm on Friday, June 2 will visit properties to showcase local issues involving Linc Energy, CSG activities, underground water, high quality cropping soils; and trigger mapping issues.
The conference commences at the Chinchilla Palms Motel on Saturday June 3. Registrations open at 8am, with the conference commencing at 8.30am.
For more details contact Property Rights Australia on 07 4921 4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org