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NSW Farmers Wagga Wagga Branch and WFI Insurance invites you to join us for an evening hosted by renowned journalist Anne Delaney from ABC Riverina featuring a panel session centred around the theme 'FARMING TOWARDS 2035'.
WhenTuesday, 20th September 2016
Time6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
EntryFree for NSW Farmers' members, $20 for non-members
Location153 Fitzmaurice St, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. 2650
Rohan is based at the Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute. He is a former district agronomist with DPI at Coonamble. Rohan is also involved in his family’s cropping business near Ganmain. Last year he was announced the joint winner of the esteemed Young Agronomist Award.
Currently employing 40 staff, Blantyre Farms is looking to expand with a new piggery planned near Harden. In 2011 it became the first farm in Australia to have a registered project under the government’s Carbon Farming Initiative program and installed a biogas generator to capture methane from the pig manure and turn it into electricity.
Malcolm Gregory is a Futurist now based in the Riverina. Malcolm monitors 100’s of global trends, and will focus on trends impacting agriculture such as changes in global food demand, increasing life expectancies, trade agreements, technology developments, marketing, geo-politics, agricultural biotechnology, water and climate change.