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Come join us in Scone for the next NSW Rural Women’s Gathering 25-27 October 2013

Today I am handing over to my guest blogger, Caroline Hayes, Vice Chair of the 2013 NSW Rural Women’s Gathering Committee. 2013 Gathering Committee drumming as part of the closing ceremony at Parkes Well, what a fabulous weekend we have … Continue reading

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2013 RIRDC Rural Women’s Award now open. Nominate yourself or encourage someone else to apply for the $10k bursary

Are you a woman involved in primary industries and want to take your ideas to another level? Did I hear a  “Yes?” Then perhaps the RIRDC Rural Women’s Award could be just the thing for you. Applications are now open … Continue reading

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Come experience a NSW rural women’s gathering…virtually!

The NSW Rural Women’s Gathering is an annual weekend event organised by local committees with support from the Rural Women’s Network. The organising committee makes key decisions, develops a theme and the weekend program. Each Gathering reflects the unique culture, … Continue reading

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Forage – a unique autumn walking degustation across the hills of Orange

Last Saturday I took a stroll around my local Orange Farmers Market with my husband Gordon to stock up on a few supplies… like the juicyblood plums that are still in season. At 10.00am the 2012 F.O.O.D. Week (Food Of Orange … Continue reading

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