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This Amplifying Us podcast makes for great listening ahead of Generation Change - our programme preparing young women for meaningful work in the food and fibre sector.
In this episode, our Founder Lindy Nelson talks with sisters Maegan & Emma Blom - both studying at Lincoln University ahead of a future in agriculture. ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s an excellent new climate-friendly innovation from our friends Ravensdown.
Developed in collaboration with Lincoln University, the EcoPond system virtually eliminates the methane emitted from effluent ponds.
Ravensdown will provide the system to dairy farmers wanting to reduce their methane emissions and you can read the full story here:
farmersweekly.co.nz/s/fw-article/ludf-unveils-methane-busting-effluent-system-MCRJ7ZHHYUMNC4REHWU... ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to 2017 #EscalatorAlumni Parmindar Singh - recipient of a 2022 Nuffield scholarship!
Parmindar is a fourth generation New Zealand dairy farmer, company director and independent consultant.
She intends to use the research opportunity to explore emerging market opportunities for trade in dairy, noting that “as a proud, intergenerational dairy farmer, my goal is to identify the shift that is occurring globally and identify future trade and market opportunities for New Zealand farmers.”
It’s inspiring to see members of the AWDT community like Parmindar live their commitment to learning and making impact in the sector they love.
To learn more about the Nuffield scholarship, visit ruralleaders.co.nz/nuffield-scholars/ ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Parmindar looking forward to hearing all about your project once completed
Congratulations Parmindar! That’s fabulous news.
“As an AWDT Escalator graduate, Wright demonstrates what happens when purpose-led women are empowered with the skills, confidence and connections to impact the people and places they care about.”
It’s inspiring to see 2013 #EscalatorAlumni Jane Wright recognised for her long standing commitment to health, care and compassion in her mid-Canterbury community.
Jane founded the Hospice Mid-Canterbury Trust, providing therapies and programmes supporting local families dealing with life-limiting illness.
Looking back on her Escalator journey, Jane notes that “I have had to dip back into my Escalator toolbox many times and have been extremely grateful for the support I have had from fellow alumni throughout the journey".
Jane’s ability to meet the challenges of rural community health - be they funding, isolation or a culture of stoicism - is a testament to her commitment and the ability to call on a team of supporters, like her #escalator alumni cohort - “there is always someone there who has the relevant expertise or experience to help point you in the right direction or simply encourage you to keep going.”
Thank you for your leadership Jane.
farmersweekly.co.nz/s/fw-article/putting-skills-to-good-use-MCEHO2IHUTMFHCHK3I5SRPSRTPJY ... See MoreSee Less
Sensational Jane Wright. Love you and the work you do. Lovely to read this article.
Well deserved Jane. Yes it's mighty toolbox!