Our purpose - to provide a trusted and enabling environment for all agri women to realise their potential and grow the agricultural sector.
Agri-Women's Development Trust (AWDT) added 2 new photos.
Our graduates get involved in all sorts of leadership experiences drawing on thier development and knowledge. Here Heather Atkinson (Escalator graduate and First Steps Facilitator) is judging the Waiarapa Young Farmer of the year award with fellow judge Sean Stafford East Coast Regional Manager ANZ Bank, and Clarence Stolte (Dairy sharemilker and consultant) They are pictured here putting Sully Alsop who is a Consultant for Baker and Associates through his paces. Sully went on to win the Regional final.
Our Understanding Your Farming Business Programme is now available for 2015. Funded by the Red Meat Profit Partnership, UYFB aims to better engage women as critical partners in farming businesses by building business knowledge, skills and confidence. Click here for more info and dates and venues so far for 2015.
AWDTNZSully Alsop wowing the Ashburton participants in AWDT Understanding your Farming business on Module One. http://t.co/hqSSFE26lu
AWDTNZUnderstanding Your Farming Business for 2015 is funded by the RMPP: for sheep & beef women -critical farming partners http://t.co/qzVG1WMhL6
AWDTNZNZ Ag has lost one of its brightest stars. A thought leader committed to training young people for our Industry RIP Donnovan Wearing.
AWDTNZAWDT heartily congratulates AWDT Escalator Alumni Dawn Sangster on her election as a second term Alliance Meat Company Director. Good stuff.
AWDTNZOff to B+LNZ Xmas do. Looking forward to celebrating a great year with the Amazing B+LNZ team