What prompts a highly respected and experienced palliative care nurse to leave behind the sterile white walls of a hospital for the red volcanic soils of a sweetpotato farm?
A tiny weed with huge potential has prompted University of Queensland PhD candidate and 2020 Charlie Perkins Scholarship winner Audrey McInnerney to head to the UK’s University of Cambridge.
Fifteen emerging leaders from across the Australian grape and wine community have graduated from the intensive five-month leadership development program Future Leaders 2019 ready to make their contribution as confident, committed wine sector professionals.
Damian Murphy wanted to know which countries are leading the way in young farmer financing and what we need to change to do it better in Australia.
Five board directors with a combination of industry experience, knowledge and expertise have been appointed as the inaugural board to oversee the development of the new industry company, Grains Australia Ltd.
The Board of Directors of CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, is pleased to reappoint Dr Larry Marshall as Chief Executive for a further three years. Dr Marshall joined CSIRO in 2015.
The journey of New Zealand’s high quality nutritious food from farmer to fork is what drives Agcarm’s horticultural scholarship winner, Alexandra Tomkins in her goal to be a leader in food production.