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IFTN To Discuss Transition Management

Yankton Daily Press 26 May 2022
BROOKINGS — The International Farm Transition Network (IFTN) will host its annual conference in Lincoln, Nebraska, June 8-9 ... Keynote speaker and professor Alison Sheridan from the University of New England’s Business School in Australia will share her research on intergenerational farm succession in an Australian context.
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Paul Murray Live Our Town from Bundaberg tonight 8pm

The Daily Telegraph Australia 26 May 2022
The special program will feature Kiri Braid from Macadamias Australia and Tina McPherson from the popular strawberry farm Tinaberries, as two examples of the produce-driven tourist sector that exists in Bundaberg, historically ...
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‘Great to taste it at the source’: Food bowl Bundaberg a hub for agri-tourism

The Daily Telegraph Australia 26 May 2022
Tinaberries’ Tina McPherson and Macadamias Australia’s Kiri Braid have spoken to Sky News host Paul Murray about the importance of agri-tourism.
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ACEN integrates BESS into Australia solar project

Manila Bulletin 25 May 2022
Ayala-led ACEN Corporation and its partner-firm UPC Renewables would be integrating a 50-megawatt/one-hour battery energy storage system (BESS) into its 720-megawatt peak (MWp) New England solar farm project in Uralla, Australia.
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Australian pomegranate demand already exceeding supply for a new WA grower

Fresh Plaza 25 May 2022
"We were approached by markets in the eastern states of Australia, like Melbourne, to buy my produce, but I just don't have enough to supply them ... "There are quite a few farms here in Western Australia; one down in the south near Albany, another one in Gingin, and another further east," he said.
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CS Energy eyes stake in EDF Renewables' 230-MW Aussie wind project

Renewables Now 25 May 2022
EDF Renewables, a unit of French utility EDF (EPA.EDF), has joined forces with Queensland government-owned CS Energy to work on the development of the 230-MW Banana Range wind farm project in Australia ... It also shows that the wind farm will be coupled with ...
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Proactive news headlines including Surefire Resources, Anteris Technologies, Maximus Resources and Great Boulder Resources

Canoe 25 May 2022
... of Western Australia ... Click here Buru Energy Ltd (ASX.BRU) and Energy Resources Ltd (EnRes, a subsidiary of Mineral Resources Limited) have agreed to restructure their interests in L20-1 in the onshore Carnarvon Basin In Western Australia through a farm-out transaction agreement.
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ACEN Australia starts work on battery project

Manila Standard 24 May 2022
ACEN Australia (formerly UPC/AC Renewables), a unit of conglomerate Ayala Corp., announced Tuesday the start work on its 50-megawatt one-hour battery that will be connected to its New England Solar Farm project ...
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‘A Perfect Pairing’: Netflix hitches its hopes to the romance wagon

Arab News 24 May 2022
She decides to visit a famed beverage manufacturer in Queensland, Australia, where she tries to win over the owner, Hazel Vaughn (Samantha Cain), by working on her farm ... A corporate woman, the film does feature some light-hearted moments when Lola finds herself dealing with the grime of the farm.
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ACEN starts construction of battery storage

The Philippine Star 24 May 2022
Ayala group’s listed energy platform ACEN Corp. has commenced the construction of a battery energy storage system to be linked with its solar farm in Australia ....
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Driscoll's newest high-flavor innovation, Tropical Bliss™, joins Rosé Berries™ and Sweetest Batch™ in the grocery aisle

Victoria Advocate 24 May 2022
With more than 100 years of farming heritage, Driscoll's is a pioneer of berry flavor innovation and the trusted consumer brand of Only the Finest Berries™ ... A dedicated team of agronomists, breeders, sensory analysts, plant pathologists and entomologists help grow baby seedlings that are then grown on local family farms.
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Time 100: Utah native Nathan Chen lands on list

Deseret News 24 May 2022
Utah Jazz part owner Mike Cannon-­Brookes was also on the list for his efforts on “a groundbreaking project that will allow Australia to not only harness its potential for solar power, but also export it.” Cannon-­Brookes’ team is building “a 2,600-mile undersea cable ...
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Time releases list of 100 most influential people of 2022

Sandhills Express 24 May 2022
Former Vice President Al Gore, who is known for being outspoken about the climate crisis, wrote that Cannon-Brookes is “working to change” Australia’s reliance on coal for energy ... The project, a 2,600-mile undersea cable, would connect a solar farm in northern Australia to nearby Singapore for “around-the-clock power.”.
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NSW Farmers calls for new Australian government to embrace agriculture

Fresh Plaza 23 May 2022
“Throughout the campaign the farming community highlighted a number of concerns that need to be ... “The farm gate economic opportunity for Australia is huge, but when you take into consideration the value-adding opportunities out there we are looking at a major growth industry.

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