2021 Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture awards

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The Terrace Function Centre

51 Barnet Road

Evanston, SA 5118

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Join us to celebrate the inspiring individuals who are helping to drive South Australia’s agricultural industry

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2021 Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture Awards

Join us for a 3 course meal and drinks.  Meet with the State's agricultural leaders and mingle with Ag industry representatives, whilst we celebrate the future rural leaders of South Australia.

Time: 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start

Presentation of winners

  • Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship - sponsored by Department for Environment and Water (DEW)
  • Rural Youth Bursary - sponsored by the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA)
  • Lois Harris Scholarship - sponsored by The Agricultural Bureau of SA

$75 for individual tickets or $560 for a table of 8

Dress: smart casual / business attire

For more information & to confirm dietary requirements please contact:

Ag Bureau  P: 8249 7581  E: agbureau@ruralbusinesssupport.org.au

Please RSVP by 6pm October 17th

* In the event of the Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture Awards being cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions the ticket price (less booking fee) will be refunded to you ASAP

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The Terrace Function Centre

51 Barnet Road

Evanston, SA 5118

Australia

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Refund policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organiser Agricultural Bureau of South Australia

Organiser of 2021 Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture awards

 

The Agricultural Bureau of South Australia is a not-for-profit organisation run by farmers for farmers. Membership is for everyone associated with or interested in farming, agricultural development and education. The Bureau helps to bridge the gap between scientist and farmer and assists its members in working together on issues of common interest.

The Bureau has a proud history in South Australia, serving agriculture since 1888. There are around 1400 members, across 60 active branches spread throughout the state, with groups meeting regularly to exchange ideas, discuss farming practices and issues and work on common challenges together.

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