A programme to help sheep and beef farming partners plan for their future and adapt to changes in their sector will be extended next year to 20 rural centres throughout New Zealand.
Programmes to help strengthen farming businesses extending to more than 750 farming women next year, at a time when farmers are responding to climate change and the need to operate in an environmentally sustainable way.
Agri-Women’s Development Trust (AWDT) has announced the appointment of Linda Cooper to the role
Today as the Government delivers its Well-being Budget, Agri-Women’s Development Trust Founder, Lindy Nelson, reflects on what AWDT has been doing for nine years to improve the well-being of women and New Zealand’s primary industries and rural communities. Well-being is defined as experiencing health, happiness and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life-satisfaction, […]
Leadership and governance development of women involved in the primary sector was celebrated
last week as the Agri-Women’s Development Trust (AWDT) marked the 100th graduate from its