Students from Canobolas Rural Technology High School and Orange High School experienced AgriTech and the latest technologies first hand the AgriTech Experience Day put on by RDA Central West and the Canobolas Academy of STEM Excellence on Friday 23rd November. (more…)
The STEM Industry School Partnership Program lead by RDA Central West along with Canobolas Academy of STEM Excellence recently held an AgriTech Experience Day for Year 5 and 6 students of Bowen Public School in Orange.
On Wednesday 21st November the STEM Industry School Partnership (SISP) Project joined forces with James Karbowiak Site Manager and Kaushal Pathirana Technical Manager from MSM Milling and visited Clergate Public School.
Our skills-based Board is essential to the success of our organisation – an invaluable source of regional skills, experience and networks providing advice and guidance on our strategic direction and projects.
Funding of up to $100,000 a year for up to two years is available for Indigenous arts and language projects through an annual competitive grants round.
The Small Farms Small Grants program funds organisations and individuals to do projects that build the ability and willingness of Australia’s farmers, fishers and foresters to adopt best practice natural resource management methods.
This will deliver more sustainable, productive and profitable agriculture, fishing, aquaculture and forestry industries.
Eddie Woo is arguable Australia’s most famous Mathematics teacher. He is a teacher at Cherrybrook Technology High School and the 2018 Australian of the Year ‘Local Hero’ and has become well known for his YouTube clips ‘WooTube’ which make maths fun.
The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries is calling for expressions of interest from any regional agribusinesses interested in travelling to Sydney and China for its specialised food and agribusiness mission.
The package includes a business workshop in Sydney and a trip to the ecommerce heartland of China. (more…)
Casual 2 days/week with possibility to expand.
Are you creative, clever, outgoing with a passion for regional communities, agriculture and food?
These events are aimed at reaching out to rural communities, particularly those on the land who may be affected by drought, and helping consumers experiencing hardship or problems with their energy bills.
The Country Women’s Association of Australia (CWAA), in conjunction with the National Rural Health Alliance and CRANAplus, is offering grants to a maximum of $5,000 to assist rural and remote nurses and midwives to undertake continuing professional development.