Future Farmers Network — the national organisation that aims to empower, support and retain young people in Australian agriculture — is offering three $1,000 scholarships to study an accredited course of the applicant’s choice with RuralBiz Training.
FFN executive officer Toby Locke said education was one of the key priorities for FFN members in the 2017 survey.
‘‘Online training means that students can study from home, and can arrange their times to fit around their farm schedules.
‘‘RuralBiz Trainers are usually degree qualified farmers themselves who can offer very practical feedback to their students.’’
For more information, go to www.futurefarmers.com.au/blog/2017/11/13/scholarships-future-farmers/.