Grains and field crops
Progress Rural Western Australia
The 1999 Progress Rural WA Conference aims to build on the skills and exposure that many delegates have already had to inspiring and innovative practice from across the globe and the excellent practice currently being implemented by rural West Australians.
Our keynote speakers have been selected on their ability to paint the big picture - we want to heighten the excitement, push people beyond their comfort zones and stretch peoples thinking.
From project workshops and feedback across the state, we hear a number of common issues. The workshop themes have been developed to provide an action learning experience to address these core issues and opportunities that are available to us. This is our contribution to provide information and real life examples of ways we can take advantage of the possibilities for rural people in 1999 and beyond.
We would like to see delegates participating, not just attending a Conference. We want you to be empowered through real experiences, intellectual sparks of theory, process and learning which will send you home with motivation and energy to be change makers in your community
Professor John Chudleigh
J Mac Holladay
Young County Club
Australian Farmers Hall of Fame
Taste of the Wheatbelt, Windmill Flour
1. Getting the Most Out ofE-Commerce Opportunities
2. Getting Your Community Working Like a 'Well-Oiled Machine .
3. Paddock to Plate - A Focus on Food Rather than Commodities
4. Making the Most of Our Natural Resources
5. Creating New Financial Structures for Your Community
6. Getting the Best out of Your Community's Planning
7. Making the Most of the Way You Market Your Community
8. Keeping the Brains in the Bush
Number of Pages
Western Australia, Conferences
Progress Rural Western Australia. (1999), Progress Rural Western Australia Conference : a conference focusing on how to bring out the best in your community, 13 and 14 August 1999, New Norcia, Western Australia : conference proceedings. Progress Rural Western Australia, Perth. Report.
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