Keen to make a difference?

2016 AWiA Conference and AGM

The women of the Limestone Plains were pioneers in the European settlement of this important agricultural and environmental region. We come together at this Conference to reflect on what has been achieved and to use these lessons from the past to assist in planning for our future. In this reflection, we celebrate the individual achievements of those women who settled this area and those who live here now, and consider their leadership in both their agrarian and urban identities.

We hope you leave this Conference energised and having made connections you never anticipated, being inspired by women who you never thought you would meet, and that this experience will give you a foundation for change and inspiration in your own communities.

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Australian Women in Agriculture

We hear you!   We want to hear from you!

Australian Women in Agriculture is Australia’s peak not-for-profit, voluntary organisation for agricultural women.

Australian Women in Agriculture exists to ensure that agricultural women have the capacity, confidence and channel to be able to have their voice heard, from the dining table to the boardroom table to the political table.

Members are part of a recognised and dedicated national network involved in the development of Australian primary production, rural industries and communities.

AWiA membership reflects all those involved and interested in a positive future for Australian agriculture. They come from all states and represent the diversity of agricultural Australia, including:

  • Farmers
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Educators
  • Students
  • Consultants
  • Service providers

Our members, past and present bring a wealth of talents to the to the organisation and to the agricultural industry.

AWiA is focused on connecting Australia’s agricultural women and providing the means for their participation at all levels of decision making.