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Sisters Creek businesswoman, Melissa Duniam has been awarded the 2023 Tasmanian AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award for her trail-blazing approach to professional developments for managers, leaders and communicators.
Registration is for all Tasmanian beekeepers, both recreational and commercial.
The British satellite Inmarsat I-4 F1, which provides services for East Asia and the Pacific regions, is back in operation after an outage on Sunday.
Business disruption can come at any time, but planning before it happens can help your business through an emergency.
When Damien McCulloch agreed to lend his 10-year-old son $1,000 about two years ago, he didn't expect to see the money come back.
Little did he realise it was the start of young Fletcher's blossoming chicken business.
Dunorlan-based farmer, podcaster and founder of Motherland Australia, Stephanie Trethewey, is the 2022 AgriFutures Rural Women's Award winner.
A series of interpretive panels have been installed in King Street, Scottsdale recognising the significant contribution women around the region have made to agriculture.
The Bureau of Meteorology's official outlook suggests we are heading towards a soggy spring for eastern Australia but relatively dry in the west.
The federal government has committed millions of dollars to a vaccine campaign to stamp out foot-and-mouth disease in Indonesia, leaving some Australian producers wondering why it isn't vaccinating local livestock against the highly contagious virus.
The National Recovery and Resilience Agency are hosting a community outreach event in Campbell Town, Latrobe and Whitemark, Flinders Island.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania will be seeking Expressions of interest in leasing the Cressy Research and Demonstration Station with the Crown.
The Bureau of Meteorology has released a review of the 2021-22 summer
Help keep Tasmania free of exotic pest
The Tasmanian Agri-Food ScoreCard 2019-20 shows Tasmania is leading the way in agriculture.
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.
The Tasmanian Government has developed the Rural Water Use Strategy to support the wise use of water.
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.
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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.
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