AgriFutures will be hosting a series of lunchtime Q&A sessions covering eligibility criteria, application process and any questions you may have.
Large dung beetle with short stubby horns. Found in cow dung.
The AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award National Winner and Runner Up will now be announced via a live virtual National Announcement event on Wednesday, 20 October 2021 at 12:30pm (AEDT).
The Business Support Packaged provides much-needed relief to Tasmanian businesses struggling with the ongoing effects of border closures.
Producers say domestic sales have increased during the pandemic
This is a new initiative to help farmers, food producers and existing agritourism opportunities to diversify, value add and connect with visitors.
In light of the COIVD-19 restrictions currently in place, the AgriFutures Rural
Women's Award Gala Dinner and National announcement will now be conducted online on Wednesday, 20 October 2021.
The well-regarded Integrated Pest Disease and Weed Management (IPDM) manual for Australian Apple and Pears has been newly revised and is now available online.
The Agricultural Development Fund (ADF) Grant Round opens on Friday 30 July 2021.
This program consists of short, sharp skill sets, enabling new and existing workers to get 'job ready skills' required by industry.
Northern Tasmanian farmer Andrew Terry has taken home an award at the Australian Farmer of the Year Awards.
Grants of between $10 000 and $200 000 are available for organisations to support cultural change and improve outcomes for women in industry.
The Tasmanian Government has developed the Rural Water Use Strategy to support the wise use of water.
The demand for Tasmanian winemaking facilities is rising strongly as new plantings increase and more grapes are grown each year.
The agriCULTURED event is designed to build on Tasmania's brand strengths: our rich, diverse agricultural landscapes, fresh seasonal product and bivrant food and beverake makers.
As a consequence of the good growing conditions, calicivirus has not been released this year. It is unlikely that any releases will take place in 2021.
The purpose of Care Farms is to provide participants an opportunity to engage with animals to aid and assist in recovery and healing from some mental health, social and physical challenges or conditions.
TWiA are offering individual scholarships to two Tasmanian women to attend the MORLP intensive five-day workshop aimed at developing personal and leadership skills.
Worm farmers Martin Bratzel and Bodhi McSweeney of Meander in northern Tasmania now know that a pandemic can significantly boost business.
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