We meet the four finalists to find out about their projects and how they help create connection and resilience in rural Victorian communities.
VIDEO: Work is underway to rebuild Mallacoota’s iconic abalone processing plant, which was destroyed by bushfires in January.
How are we helping bees affected by heat and smoke from the bushfires? Victoria’s Chief Plant Health Officer, Dr Rosa Crnov responds.
Agriculture Victoria welcomed support from the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) to help farmers impacted by this summer’s fires.
We visit a bustling cherry farm in the Yarra Valley to learn about the hero fruit of summer.
Australia is one of the most efficient dairy producers in the world. We visit Ellinbank, where dairy research & development has been ticking away over
WATCH THE VIDEO: See the highlights from Global Table 2019, where world leaders from sustainability, agriculture & trade discussed the future of food.
This month about 110,000 rented bee hives from across the state, New South Wales and Queensland will head to Victoria to pollinate almond groves.
A community-led action group established to control rabbits in Victoria has been recognised by the United Nations. What’s the story behind the win?
WATCH THE VIDEO: If you love cats, you’ll want to visit Neko HQ – Maneki Neko Cat Rescue’s (MNCR) cat lounge.
Protecting Victoria’s crop and horticulture industries is all in a day’s work for Dr Rosa Crnov.
A new pilot program allowing for improved negotiation between landowners & mineral explorers has been welcomed in regional Victoria.
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.
Carly Jordan is a state finalist in the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award. She has developed a migrant resettlement model to boost regional towns.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Agriculture Victoria Biosecurity Officers are conducting intensive surveillance for the brown marmorated stink bug.
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.