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Nine teachers awarded scholarships to the Australian Cotton Conference

Nine teachers from across Queensland and NSW have been awarded scholarships to attend the 18th Australian Cotton Conference on the Gold Coast (August 2-4, 2016).

Teachers play an integral role in nurturing those who will contribute to the ongoing vibrancy of this industry. This scholarship has been enabled by the Cotton Catchments Communities Co-operative Research Centre’s Legacy Fund.

Cotton Australia is proud to sponsor the following teachers to attend:

  • Sofia Marita, Agriculture Teacher, Kingswood High Schools, Kingswood, NSW
  • Graham Bramley, Agriculture and Primary Industries Teacher, St Paul’s College, West Kempsey, NSW
  • Grant Jackson, Senior Agriculture and Science Teacher, Gosford High School, NSW
  • Jane Marie-Louise Greffe, Home Economics Teacher, Marymount College, Burleigh Waters, Queensland
  • Emorfia Cutler, Textiles Technology and Agriculture Teacher, Camden Haven High School, Laurieton, NSW
  • Paul MacNamara, Agriculture Teacher, Beaudesert State High School, Beaudesert, Queensland
  • Janet Price, Agriculture and Science Teacher, O’Connor Catholic College, Armidale, NSW
  • Lucy Easton, Senior Agricultural Science and Biology Teacher, Fairholme College, Toowoomba, Queensland
  • Verity Gett, Agriculture and Primary Industries Teacher, Wee Waa High School, NSW

For more information about the Australian Cotton Conference, please visit: www.australiancottonconference.com.au

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