Ag's new Leading Ladies

29 Oct, 2012 09:14 AM
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Finding out some of the facts about the Leading Ladies initiative were Kondinin Group online editor Amber Atkinson (left) and reporter Carli Allen who were talking to RRR Womens Network executive officer and sundowner co-organiser Katrina Hayes.
Finding out some of the facts about the Leading Ladies initiative were Kondinin Group online editor Amber Atkinson (left) and reporter Carli Allen who were talking to RRR Womens Network executive officer and sundowner co-organiser Katrina Hayes.

THE next generation of women at the forefront of agriculture gathered at the WAFarmers Leading Ladies launch last week.

Around 60 ladies from all different backgrounds and levels of involvement in rural WA attended the launch, which coincided with another 18 RRR Network's sundowners across WA.

WAFarmers president Dale Park said the Leading Ladies initiative aimed to encourage more women into the agriculture sector and rural communities.

"The declining numbers in the agricultural sector means we need to actively get more people involved, particularly women," Mr Park said.

Click the image below for more photos from the launch.

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