Check out these websites for more information on Women in Agriculture, Rural and Farming
RVL Recognises Role of Women in Racing from Racing and Sports Online is an article about how women are playing an increasingly important role in the Victorian Thoroughbred racing industry.
This article looks as how Growcom works with growers in North Queensland and how they recognised that in times of crisis it is often the women in a community who are relied upon to provide support networks and to communicate farming needs.
Learn about Australian Women in Agriculture. AWiA is Australia's peak organisation for women across all areas of agriculture.
The RWN works in innovative ways to share information and promote action on rural women's issues, often in partnership with individuals, groups and non-government and government agencies.
The Queensland Rural Women's Network Inc was formed in 1993 to meet the needs of women in rural communities throughout the state.
Read this great article about women in viticulture By Kate Dekuijer for ABC Rural News.
An article by Miles Godfrey from The Leader about Jannali resident Tahnee Budden-Murphy who is making a name for herself in a male-dominated butchery profession.