East Gippsland women farmers share business goals and wins

East Gippsland Women in Agriculture group sitting in country landscape

Women from East Gippsland farms discuss business management and share stories at an EGWAN field day: (L-R) Jen Smith, Jenny Robertson, Emma Halafiihi, Jill Filmer, Ashleigh Pendergast, Penny Gray, Veronica Joiner, Rose Maher, Dawn Parker, Tam Adams, Angela Stringer, Amanda Bartkowski, Jill Hill, Terri Evans, Ann Batt with grandson, Jo Trevaskis, Katherine Cunningham and Lisa Lee

The East Gippsland Women in Agriculture Network (EGWAN) is connecting women through leadership and mentoring training, and recently, at a field day at Tambo Crossing and Doctors Flats, by sharing the stories of five women farmers. The network recently met on 17 April at Forge Creek Free Range farm. Focus for the day was ‘Understanding your customer and point of sale’. Please contact the East Gippsland Regional Landcare Facilitator, Emma Orgill (emma.orgill@fevl.org.au) for information on future events.

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