Date(s) - 12 Jul 2022
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Alexandra Oval Community Centre
Alexandra Oval, Precinct
Despite the relatively wet conditions experienced across south-eastern Australia during the 2021-22 season, the prolonged drought of the previous 10 years has given Victorian wine-grape growers an understanding of the importance of building resilience in their system to withstand projected increases in aridity in the future. The careful management of water resources is critical for the long-term sustainability of the Victorian wine sector. This workshop will present short- and long-term climate change projections as well as tools and resources to assist grapegrowers and winemakers manage reduced water and adapt to a water-constrained future.