A link to another farming blog: Telling Tales

A Year On…..

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The recent anniversary of the floods that devastated many parts of rural Queensland and Brisbane got me, like many others, reflecting on the past twelve months.
The images you see in this post were taken by a dear colleague of mine. This is her farm in the Lockyer Valley. She and her husband  produce vegetables and other crops for the domestic market.
To me, Ann is an inspirational person, though she would never see it that way. She is typical of many women I’ve met, married to farmers….  click on ‘farmers’ to go to the blog

About nswrwn

NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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3 Responses to A link to another farming blog: Telling Tales

  1. lisaclaessen says:

    To the gorgeous women of the Rural Women’s Network of NSW – thank you so much for the link! There are so many inspiring rural women like Ann, and they deserve to be recognised, for their incredible strength, versatility and resilience.

    • nswrwn says:

      Hi Lisa
      It is important to acknowledge what rural women are doing…they ARE the back bone of rural communities… thanks for your great blog too!
      sonia

  2. Awesome! Its really amazing post, I have got much clear idea about from this paragraph.

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