WHAT OUR POLITICAL LEADERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS PROGRAM

THE HON. NIALL BLAIR MP

NSW MINISTER FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, LANDS AND WATER

These Young Farmers are some of agriculture's youngest advocates, representing all different aspects of primary industries and providing a link between life on the farm and the classroom. They are the future of our primary industries—they are passionate and engaged, and will be the driving force of our industries by being innovative, progressive and pushing the envelope to ensure this State's sector is the envy of every other State.

WHAT THE LEADERSHIP EXPERTS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS PROGRAM

Zoë Routh

INNER COMPAS - 24 December 2015.

The Young Farming Champions program is remarkable for its aspirations and purpose, especially as it has been pioneered and developed by an altruistic and big picture thinker from her own personal resources, for the good of agriculture as a whole, outside of any charity or industry body organisation.
There are three major aspects of this program that contribute to its success, for the participants and for the agriculture sector as whole:
1. Having the future of agriculture at its heart and purpose
2. Cross-sector engagement and networking.
3. Effective, advanced communication skill development.
Congratulations to the YFC team. I look forward to its future success.

WHAT OUR PARTNERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS TRAINING WORKSHOPS

SOPHIE DAVIDSON

EDUCATION COORDINATOR COTTON AUSTRALIA

The workshops conducted by the picture you in agriculture team deliver the communications skills necessary to allow young people to step up into internal and external facing leadership positions either as a spokesperson or role model. These workshops are delivered by people who understand agriculture.
The feedback about these workshops over the years by our young farming champions has been exceptional. Having attended one in person, i believe that this is the type of training one wishes they had the opportunity to experience in their early career.
The skills gained are skills i would wish upon all people stepping up to represent organisations within the industry and the agricultural sector in general.

WHAT OUR POLITICAL LEADERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS PROGRAM

THE HON. NIALL BLAIR MP

NSW MINISTER FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, LANDS AND WATER

These Young Farmers are some of agriculture's youngest advocates, representing all different aspects of primary industries and providing a link between life on the farm and the classroom. They are the future of our primary industries—they are passionate and engaged, and will be the driving force of our industries by being innovative, progressive and pushing the envelope to ensure this State's sector is the envy of every other State.

WHAT THE LEADERSHIP EXPERTS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS PROGRAM

Zoë Routh

INNER COMPAS - 24 December 2015.

The Young Farming Champions program is remarkable for its aspirations and purpose, especially as it has been pioneered and developed by an altruistic and big picture thinker from her own personal resources, for the good of agriculture as a whole, outside of any charity or industry body organisation.
There are three major aspects of this program that contribute to its success, for the participants and for the agriculture sector as whole:
1. Having the future of agriculture at its heart and purpose
2. Cross-sector engagement and networking.
3. Effective, advanced communication skill development.
Congratulations to the YFC team. I look forward to its future success.

WHAT OUR PARTNERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE YOUNG FARMING CHAMPIONS TRAINING WORKSHOPS

SOPHIE DAVIDSON

EDUCATION COORDINATOR COTTON AUSTRALIA

The workshops conducted by the picture you in agriculture team deliver the communications skills necessary to allow young people to step up into internal and external facing leadership positions either as a spokesperson or role model. These workshops are delivered by people who understand agriculture.
The feedback about these workshops over the years by our young farming champions has been exceptional. Having attended one in person, i believe that this is the type of training one wishes they had the opportunity to experience in their early career.
The skills gained are skills i would wish upon all people stepping up to represent organisations within the industry and the agricultural sector in general.

    We work with:
  • large corporate businesses
  • small and medium businesses
  • Industry organisations
  • community groups
  • communication and media partners
  • individual partners
  • government and non-government organisations (NGOs)
  • schools

    Ways you can provide in-kind support:
  • awareness raising activities
  • event partnerships
  • promotion and marketing support
  • invite staff or clients to our awareness activities
  • promote our activities on your organisation’s website, intranet and in internal communications
  • pro bono support.

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