Your K&A plan is a critical component in turning knowledge into practice.
You need to complete a K&A plan as part of your early project milestones. Activities listed in the K&A plan will need to be reported against milestone reports. The K&A plan is considered an iterative document which may change over time, once submitted.
It is expected that the research team will undertake the majority of the work to implement a K&A plan and that activities undertaken will be funded from the project budget.
The programme in which your project sits will be responsible for the broader K&A work including synthesis work across projects, to which you might contribute.
The extent of your K&A plan and implementation will depend upon a number of considerations including:
Support is available from Land & Water Australia's Knowledge and Adoption Officers and Program Coordinators.
The K&A plan template guidelines and the template are designed as a guide, not a rulebook. These guidelines will help you with writing your K&A plan.