Regional Agricultural Landcare Facilitator (RALF)
Provide a central contact point for farmers, industry, and community groups and to support agriculture related Core Services and Project Services across the Eyre Peninsula. Funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, through the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.
We are pleased to announce that Amy Wright has been appointed to the RALF role for the Eyre Peninsula Region. Amy will be based in Kimba and has a passion for agriculture with experience working as an Agronomist on the upper Eyre Peninsula, and brings with her a great scope of knowledge. She is very much looking forward to supporting farmers, industry and community groups adopt sustainable agriculture across the whole of the Eyre Peninsula.
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