View the below collection of resources in relation to the ongoing bushfire crisis, including industry and member updates, agricultural resources, emergency contact information and links to how you can help those affected.

Communities from the Torres Strait to the Gold Coast will benefit from an almost $9.6 million investment in projects to improve local disaster resilience and risk reduction.
Five Queensland council areas heavily impacted by last year’s bushfires will share in more than $6 million to deliver a range of locally developed projects that will contribute to economic and social recovery, and create local jobs.
Emergency Management Australia (EMA) has completed its annual disaster season briefings and has urged Australians to properly prepare for the upcoming summer disaster season.
Music festivals, art installations, sporting events and a coastal headland walking trail are among 65 projects to receive a share in more than $7 million in funding support for communities in fire-affected regions across Australia.
Queensland’s ongoing recovery efforts from the 2019 bushfires continue with a $36.8 million investment to support the state’s most heavily bushfire-impacted communities.
Communities across southern and eastern Queensland impacted by devastating bushfires last year will receive funding to employ Community Development Officers to help lead long-term recovery efforts.
Emergency Management Minister David Littleproud said the DRFA is being reviewed to ensure that assistance under the program is fair and equitable for Australians living in different states.
Helping people recover from the Black Summer bushfires is a priority for the Australian Government and the release of the $2 billion Bushfire Recovery Funds's spending profile reinforces this.
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABERS) today released its insights article: 'Stocktake of Fire in Australia's Forests 2011 to 2016.
The Federal Government is expected to spend $1 billion to help support people in bushfire affected areas by June, doubling the amount that was originally committed to the National Bushfire Recovery Agency in the current financial year.
Australia’s aerial firefighting capability has today received an annual $11 million boost to ensure additional aircraft are available for the 2020-21 and future bushfire seasons.
The Federal Government is expected to spend $1 billion to help support people in bushfire affected areas by June.
Impacted farmers in the Mareeba Shire local government area now have access to grants of up to $75,000 to assist with bushfire recovery.
Community groups, local councils and NGOs in 23 communities will share in $1.8 million in flexible funding grants to support recovery following the 2019 bushfires.
Advice to certified organic operators surrounding the requirements for certification alongside information regarding available allowances & derogations during the bushfire crisis.
List of agricultural resources for producers affected by the recent bushfire emergencies.
There are several ways that you can lend your support to those affected by the bushfires, including donating to charities, foundations, fire services and volunteers.

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