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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Life-sized fibreglass cows are being delivered to schools across Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales to promote the role of farming in the community... Students will use the cows as a blank canvas to create an artwork for entry into the 'Archibull Prize' on the theme 'Grains and Sustainability'... "Art4Agriculture draws positive attention to, and generates community pride in, the grains industry, highlights the career paths it has to offer and provides a chance for young people to develop their confidence and capabilities," Ms Allan says...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Life-sized fibreglass cows are being delivered to schools across Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales to promote the role of farming in the community... "We know how good our industry is so we must show it off to others," says Jessica, 19, who hails from a 150-year-old mixed-farming family business in Beaufort, Victoria, and aspires to become a grain agronomist... "Art4Agriculture draws positive attention to, and generates community pride in, the grains industry, highlights the career paths it has to offer and provides a chance for young people to develop their confidence and capabilities," Ms Allan says...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Young champs paint bright picture of grains industry.. Image of Diana George, Jessica Kirkpatrick, Rebecca Thistlethwaite and Daniel Fox, winners of the Art4Agriculture Young Farming Champions program... Caption: Winners of the GRDC-sponsored grains sector section of the 2014 Art4Agriculture Young Farming Champions program are (from left) Diana George (Nevertire, NSW), Jessica Kirkpatrick (Beaufort, Victoria), Rebecca Thistlethwaite (Narrabri, NSW), and Daniel Fox (Marrar, NSW)...
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