Entries for the 2020 RAID Blog Competition now open

Researchers in Agriculture for International Development (RAID) are looking for entries for their 2020 blog competition that address the topic “This is what ag R4D is for me.” Each year, Australian scientists work together with farmers, entrepreneurs, governments, NGOs, researchers, and universities in developing countries to find solutions for agricultural challenges, working towards more sustainable […]

LambEx Young Guns Competition extended until February 14

The LambEx Young Guns competition has now been extended to Friday February 14. If you: Are passionate about connecting the Australian sheep and lamb industry with city consumers Like using video and photos to share and tell stories Are aged 18-35 Want to win a full conference pass and travel assistance Want to step out as […]

Little Fish Films Competition

In the lead up to the World Fisheries Congress in Adelaide from October 11-15, the Fisheries and Research Development Corporation (FRDC) is running the Little Fish Films Competition for students between the ages of 9 and 13. The competition is a way to focus a global conversation on fisheries and the role they play in […]

Register now for the 2020 Schools Plant Science Competition

Registrations are now open for the 2020 Queensland Department of Agriculture and Firsheries’ Hermitage Schools Plant Science competition and it’s free to participate!  This incredibly popular competition offers students of all ages the opportunity to complete a hands-on experimental investigation and other engaging activities (focussing on the ‘Plant Health’ theme) that will help them discover […]

2019 NATIONAL AGDAY CAREERS COMPETITION

The Annual National Ag Day Careers Competition is back again for 2019 and is open for entries from students in years 5 through to 12. The competition encourages students to create a career pathway in agriculture using LEGO characters and asks students to identify pathways for this career and to envision what a day in […]

John Ralph Essay Competition winning entry now available online

The winning essay of the 2018 John Ralph Essay Competition titled ‘The right to farm versus the right to choose: society is having the final say’ is now available online. The winning essay written by Deanna Lush has recently been published in the Farm Policy Journal and can be read here. The essay argues that […]