Win a trip to major agricultural conferences

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Two lucky Limestone Coast residents will win a trip to grow and thrive at key South Australian agriculture events held in August.

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is encouraging entries into its latest competition, which will send one person to the 2022 Growing SA Conference and another to the Women Together Learning (WoTL) Thriving Women 2022.

Both events will be held at Hahndorf in August with the prize package including two nights’ accommodation around each event.

The competition is open exclusively to Limestone Coast residents involved in the primary production sector with the winners to be selected at random after entries close at 5pm on 29 June.

Naracoorte-based Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator Skylea McLean said the prizes were being offered by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board to provide support for residents to attend key events outside of the region.

“Both events boast a high quality list of speakers, topics and opportunities that will build capacity and knowledge for our lucky winners,” Skylea said.

“In addition to the impressive programs at each event, each winner will no doubt meet and network with peers from around our state and beyond who can also provide support, friendship and guidance.”

Returning for the first time in three years, the 2022 Growing SA Conference will be held 29-30 August and features a networking dinner before a full day of plenary speakers covering sustainability, innovation and industry growth.

The WoTL 2022 Thriving Women Conference will be held 1-2 August with a focus on the 'Impact of Us' acknowledging and fostering the impact women are having on their own lives, businesses and industries.

Well-known author, journalist and TV presenter Annabel Crabb is the keynote speaker.

Visit www.bit.ly/LCLBwintickets to enter and view the Terms and Conditions.

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