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30 by 30 vision – Growing our food and fibre future
2030 is a milestone year for the agriculture sector. NSW has the aspiration of reaching $30 billion in output by this date, while the national sector has the target of $100 billion. A favourable turn in seasonal conditions means record-breaking production levels are forecast for the year ahead, which bodes well for decade-end targets. But, significant planning is required now to make sure agriculture harnesses its potential and overcomes any barriers to growth. Agriculture is an untapped economic engine, and a state and national recovery from the fiscal blow of COVID-19 will be substantially aided by investing in the growth of this vital sector.
NSW Farmers has identified eight key areas where there is potential to expand the sector’s productivity and unlock growth opportunities for agriculture and regional NSW.
Strengthening supply chains and infrastructure
Growing our farming businesses
Securing a Right to Farm
Creating fair and competitive supply chains
Driving premium products and value adding
Improving and expanding our market opportunities
Building vibrant regions
Achieving water and environmental reforms
To read our blueprint for agriculture and regional NSW’s success in reaching “30 by 30” and driving a post-COVID recovery, read our
Growing our Food and Fibre Future document
– the NSW Farmers Recovery and Reform Priorities for productive, profitable and resilient farm businesses. We have identified the key investment opportunities for building agriculture and regional communities in our
to the NSW Government.
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