Sunbury’s Odette Suitor, a Victorian finalist for the 2019 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Awards, is rethinking shipping containers for grain storage.
Meet Kyneton’s Claire Moore, a Victorian finalist in the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award for her plan to boost the declining bee population.
No need to lament the end of summer, autumn is rich with appetising possibilities. Read on for a selection of the upcoming food & wine festivals.
If you’re involved in Victoria’s $55.3 billion food and fibre sector, the inaugural evokeAG conference in Melbourne should be on your radar.
Horsham Grains Innovation Park – The Wimmera’s best kept secret.
The Royal Melbourne Show is a beloved Melbourne event. This year Agriculture Victoria are one of the sponsors. We capture some of the highlights.
Buy local this Father’s Day to support Victorian businesses
Are you a small business operator? Here’s a series of August events you do not want to miss.
Experienced beekeepers like Moe’s Bill Ringin are critical to ongoing surveillance after Victoria’s first ever varroa mite detection.
The inaugural Victorian Rural Women’s Forum kicks off this August, mixing mentoring and networking with workshops and wellbeing.
A new one-of-a-kind food education institution may be on the cards for Daylesford, led by restaurant doyenne Alla Wolf-Tasker.
Give a gift this Mother’s Day to support some of Victoria’s most inspiring social enterprises.
On Easter Monday, the running of the 137th Stawell Gift again put western Victoria on the national stage, boosting local businesses big and small.
There’s plenty to keep wine aficionados satisfied in this year’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, on from Friday 16 to Sunday 25 March.
Love dining out? Then take a seat at the 26th Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, which kicks off on 16 March with events right across the state.
We catch up with Jade Miles, one of three Victorian finalists for the 2018 AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award.
China’s expanding middle class is dishing up export opportunities for Victorian lamb producers.
The establishment of a dedicated food group in Melbourne’s North will support local approaches to create jobs, drive investment and boost exports.