Eyre Peninsula internship in applied grains research 2024

Project Location
Port Lincoln & Eyre Peninsula
Project Manager
Naomi Scholz
Funding Source
SAGIT & SA Drought Hub
Start Date
June 2023
Finish Date
March 2025
Key People Involved
Andrew Ware, EPAG Research

2024 Internship to be hosted by EPAG Research.

This project will annually engage a recent graduate to work for 12 months as an intern/trainee in applied grains research, development and extension, located on Eyre Peninsula.  

During the 12 months the intern/trainee will gain skills in trial design, trial management, sampling, statistical analysis, general crop agronomy, extension practices including written and oral communication with growers and advisors and event delivery. They will also have the opportunity to network and attend industry events (e.g. GRDC Updates).     

In 2024, the intern will spend most of their 12 months working with EPAG Research, supervised and mentored by Andrew Ware.  

During the 12 months the Intern will run a small research project, where they design, implement, analyse and write up a field trial relevant to growers in the region.  

The position has been filled, due to commence in February 2024.

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