It’s time to register for the Rural Women’s Gathering, with this year’s theme Women, Culture, Land – Just add water, to be held 27-29 October at Narrandera. 352 more words
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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. 181 more words
Last night the Rural Women came to sew Cancer Society breast cushions. It was a magical evening in the seamlessness of it. At 7 they all began to arrive with armloads of fabric, trays of food, bottles of wine, and the artifacts of practicality that pass through families with unspoken grace – a grandmother’s sewing basket, an embroidered pin case going back to the War, a pair of sharp shears bought with a mother’s inheritance, knitting needles, thimbles. 1,064 more words
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 and training business, AJM Livestock Solutions, and running a small trading herd of cattle with her husband. 157 more words
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 contributing and sharing their information and expertise across government, industry and community. 285 more words