Valuing Agriculture's Natural Capital Roundtable 2019

  Tuesday October 15 2019


The Valuing Agriculture's Natural Capital Roundtable 2019 on Tuesday 15th October is an open forum for those with an interest in Australian agricultural policy. 

Much of global agriculture is now sustained by payments for delivery of environmental benefits via ecosystem services. In Australia the agricultural ecosystems services market is immature to non-existent. Can and should ecosystem services become a more significant part of the Australian agricultural economy?

The day’s sessions will run from 9 am to 5 pm, followed directly by an After Hours Forum from 6 pm to 10 pm along with networking, cocktails and grazing.

The Valuing Agriculture's Natural Capital Roundtable and 'After Hours Forum' will be held in Gandel Hall at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). The NGA is an iconic cultural arts institution that combines creative artistic food with exclusive experiences.

Building on the great feedback from the 2018 Roundtable we will once again hold the conference in Canberra in conjunction with events being conducted by National Farmers’ Federation, Farmer of the Year Awards, Australian Rural Leadership Foundation and CropLife. The Ag Week events in Canberra during the week of 14–17 October will bring focus of policy-makers to rural and agricultural issues, and the Valuing Agriculture's Natural Capital Roundtable will ensure that the key issues impacting the future ability of farm businesses to operate in a profitable and sustainable manner are at the forefront of discussions.

If cancellation of your Roundtable registration is necessary, please contact or phone 02 9690 1388. Cancellations prior to Monday 30th September 2019 will be charged a penalty of 50% of the registration fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations received on or after Monday 30th September 2019 or for delegates who do not attend the conference. Conference registration is transferable at any time without penalty.

Registrations for this event are closed.