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Innovation Generation Local hits Moree

Innovation Generation Local - Commodities Connect

Future Farmers Network and GrainGrowers are excited to launch the first IG Local in Moree, NSW, on 23 February 2017 and you're invited!

Innovation Generation, or IG as it is better known, is GrainGrowers premier conference for farmers and agriculture enthusiast under 35s – and in 2017 will be in its eleventh year.

Australia is a large country and invariably people who may like to attend IG are prohibited from doing so by the tyranny of distance.

To extend the reach of IG – the concept of bringing an abridged version of the conference to the regions, a new, across-commodity, across-industry initiative – has culminated in IG Local.

The event will bring inspirational speakers to take part in an afternoon and evening of capacity building and networking amongst tomorrow’s up and coming agricultural leaders.

Topics and speakers include:

Where is the value in technology – John Alexander

John will question the value point or return on investment for technology – both Internet related and agronomic management.

Communication within and about our industry – Kathleen Allan

Kathleen will speak about the role we have within promoting the agricultural industry and how we can close the disconnect between customers and producers.

The importance of mental health – Fiona Livingstone

Fiona is passionate about the health and wellbeing of rural communities and will speak about the Farm-Link project, a suicide prevention program.

Farm management – Finding solutions - Andrew Earle

Andrew will speak about his role within the industry and encourage you to think outside the box to solve a problem.

Panel Session

This panel will discuss local issues and find a unified way to solve them. John Alexander, Andrew Earle, Zara Lowein, Megan Davies and Susan McDonnell will sit on the panel.

* All FFN Members will receive a discount on all tickets with the following codes!
Day Ticket and Dinner Ticket Code: FFNMembers
Full Registration Ticket Code: FFN

Event Details
  • When Thursday, 23rd February 2017
  • Time 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Entry $42.79 – $115.94
  • Venue Moree Services Club
  • Location Albert Street, Moree NSW 2400

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Innovation Generation Local

You will need to register via Eventbrite link to attend

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