Supporting our next generation of ag leaders
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AgriFutures Australia invests in people

Skilled leadership is one of the most crucial elements in the health and prosperity of any rural industry. Our dedication to fostering these important skills was showcased in our pledge to support women in the agricultural sector develop their leadership skills as part of the Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program. 

Our commitment to up-skilling people was again highlighted at the Poultry Information Exchange industry event where we announced Ashlee Morgan as the
winner of the inaugural Gary Sansom Scholarship. We need to invest in people like Ashlee to ensure we are building the capability of our future rural leaders. 

We are excited to offer opportunities which invest in our stakeholder’s skills and passion for rural industries and we encourage you to keep an eye out for future opportunities by following our
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts.  

Latest news & events
"I'm thrilled to support evokeAG" says Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has thrown his support behind evokeAG, our food and ag-tech event. In an official video, Mr Turnbull encourages farmers, investors, researchers and consumers to attend the event in Melbourne next year. 
Networking, knowledge sharing and professional development for women in rice and cotton industries 
Good leaders have empathy and have the ability to walk in someone else's shoes. This was a key learning at Rice Extension's Food and Fibre with Flair event in Griffith last week. 
Mr Ric Clark and Ms Mary Retallack
Our pledge to support women in ag take on leadership roles
AgriFutures Australia and 10 other leading bodies within the agricultural sector have delivered powerful pledges to support women in agriculture develop their leadership skills and take on positions of influence. launch at Pyramid Hill College, VIC
New ag-inspired program flips traditional ways of teaching and gets kids thinking like entrepreneurs 
Year 9 and 10 students are tackling challenges such as water supply and animal traceability in a new school program which teaches the fundamentals of how to think like an entrepreneur.