Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association
Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association

Inspire - Women in Farming Tasmania

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Start: 22 Mar 2018 9:30am
Finish: 22 Mar 2018 4:30pm
Location: Tailrace Function Centre, 1 Riverside Drive, Riverside

Join the Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers for this inaugural FREE agricultural women’s forum.

We are very proud of the contribution that women make to the success of agriculture in this state so we want to promote and recognise their achievements, and also build a sense of ownership in the industry as one that holds great prospects for them, their families and their children.

INSPIRE, will be a day-long event comprising inspirational speakers, educative workshops and plenty of key networking opportunities with other women in the sector. You can also help us raise money for Rural Alive and Well (RAW) on the day.

The event will have something to offer women across all roles in and around the farming community. To book your FREE tickets head to EventBrite - Inspire

Liza Dale Hallett At Lake Eyre South

Key Note Speaker

Liza Dale-Hallett 

Senior Curator, Invisible Farmer Project, Museums Victoria

The Invisible Farmer Project: Why your story matters!

‘Making farm women’s stories more visible is not just about the past; it’s essential to our future.’ – Liza Dale-Hallett

The TFGA is pleased to announce that Invisible Farmer Project will be joining us as one of our key speakers at Inspire.   You've seen their work online and on ABC's Landline as they capture the outstanding stories of farming women from all over Australia.

Liza Dale-Hallett will share her experience of uncovering farm women’s stories for the Invisible Farmer Project. She will talk about why your story matters and how you can get involved in giving greater visibility to women in agriculture.

The Invisible Farmer Project is the largest ever study of Australian women on the land.  This three year project (2017-2020) is funded by the Australian Research Council and involves a nation-wide partnership between rural communities, academics, government and cultural organisations. 

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