Our State - South Australia

20/02/2023 SA AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award – meet our five finalists

February 20, 2023 DPC Communications Season 2023 Episode 225
20/02/2023 SA AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award – meet our five finalists
Our State - South Australia
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Our State - South Australia
20/02/2023 SA AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award – meet our five finalists
Feb 20, 2023 Season 2023 Episode 225
DPC Communications

Five women across the state have been announced as the 2023 SA AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award finalists.

These women are from a cross section of industries in regional South Australia. Their work is in wine, farming, life organisation, to fashion, and AgTech, and they’re really making strides by impacting their regional communities and industries

The AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award is the leading award empowering and celebrating the inclusive and courageous leadership of women in Australia’s rural and emerging industries 

In this segment, we hear from all five finalists, and learn about the great things they’re doing. We’ve got Lyndsey Jackson from Moonta, Ali Paulett from Clare, Bridget Johns from Alford on the Yorke Peninsula, Emily Riggs from Burra and Kerri Cliff from Kimba.

For more information, visit the PIRSA website. 

Show Notes

Five women across the state have been announced as the 2023 SA AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award finalists.

These women are from a cross section of industries in regional South Australia. Their work is in wine, farming, life organisation, to fashion, and AgTech, and they’re really making strides by impacting their regional communities and industries

The AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award is the leading award empowering and celebrating the inclusive and courageous leadership of women in Australia’s rural and emerging industries 

In this segment, we hear from all five finalists, and learn about the great things they’re doing. We’ve got Lyndsey Jackson from Moonta, Ali Paulett from Clare, Bridget Johns from Alford on the Yorke Peninsula, Emily Riggs from Burra and Kerri Cliff from Kimba.

For more information, visit the PIRSA website.