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Playing with fire: showcasing Australia’s native bush foods

As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual   After an international career in finance and insurance, 2017 NSW-ACT RIRDC Rural Women’s Award finalist Rebecca Barnes moved to the northern NSW coastal town of Ballina 20 years ago, seeking a career and lifestyle change … Continue reading

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Leading women in agriculture

As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual Emma’s plans for a mentoring program to help young women in agriculture feel confident and supported. 2017 NSW-ACT Rural Women’s Award finalist Emma Doyle lives in Armidale in the Northern Tablelands region of … Continue reading

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Hayley’s ‘Big Sky’ ideas

by Hayley Purbrick, Big Sky Ideas As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual A finalist in the 2017 NSW-ACT Rural Women’s Award, Hayley Purbrick has a vision to create vibrant small town communities across regional NSW filled with people who think like entrepreneurs.  Through … Continue reading

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Pathways to ag for young people

As featured in The Country Web 2017 Annual. 2017 Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women’s Award (RWA) winner, Sandra Ireson, runs a beef and sheep operation near Booligal with her husband and their three children. She has a … Continue reading

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Meet NSW/ACT Rural Women’s Award Alumni Member – Diana Gibbs

Diana Gibbs is an economist with post-graduate qualifications in Environmental Studies. She is the principal partner of a consulting practice based on resource economic analyses and strategic planning, with clients throughout Australia, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. A partner … Continue reading

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Meet NSW/ACT Rural Women’s Award Alumni Member – Corinne Annetts

Corinne Annetts owns and operates Sunhill Dairy Goats and Sunhill Skin Essentials. Based in the heart of the New England she established her boutique business in 2010 to provide a new and unique goat’s milk product range for the everyday … Continue reading

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Meet NSW/ACT Rural Women’s Award Alumni Member – Alison Hamilton

Alison Hamilton (nee McIntosh) has a strong rural background and a passion for the beef industry. Residing near Wagga Wagga in the NSW Riverina, along with raising a small family, Alison juggles her time between managing her beef cattle consulting … Continue reading

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Meet Aimee Snowdon – NSW/ACT RIRDC Rural Women’s Award Alumni Member

The RIRDC Rural Women’s Award has been running for 21 years and acknowledges women’s leadership capacity in effecting change and influence through connecting and collaborating.  Each week we will be featuring an Alumni member who has a keen interest in … Continue reading

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