Conversing with people in agriculture, all around the world

August 22nd, 2016

Twitter provides fantastic opportunities for people involved in agriculture to meet and converse with people in other industries and countries. It’s easy to envisage a future in which digital agricultural communication booms globally, and in-person reciprocal farm visiting flourishes. Most of us love travelling and none of us can travel constantly (nor would we want […]

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Business operating hours – dates away & events attended

August 21st, 2016

This is a one-person show – so you receive personal service.  But as there’s no staff here, when I’m away, the office is closed. Some of the days I’ll be out of the office & events we could cross paths at: 2016: PHOTOGRAPHY COMMISSIONS:  Excited to be returning to Birdsville in late August/early September, to […]

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Latest news – workshops, webinars & dinner speaking engagement

August 20th, 2016

QRRRWN webinar ‘How to make Twitter work for you’, August 2016: On Wednesday 24th August I’ll be presenting a Queensland Rural, Regional and Remote Women’s Network (QRRRWN) webinar on Twitter. I’ll be explaining a variety of exciting possibilities and advanced tips, as well as running through the basics, what makes Twitter different from other social […]

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Rural travel around the British Isles – 2017

August 19th, 2016

You’re invited to embark upon a once-in-a-lifetime fantastic journey around rural Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland, in the company of a great group of fellow travellers, during July-August 2017.  We’ll be attending a several of Britain’s best agricultural events, visiting interesting farms and meeting a variety of  locals involved in agriculture (farmers, rural leaders, agricultural […]

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How to run an agricultural event’s Twitter account

July 25th, 2016

Have you been asked to run an agricultural event’s Twitter account, and you’re not sure where to start – or how to do a really good job rather than just get by? Below are the basic essentials that must be included in an event’s Twitter account profile, plus some tips.  Some of these details may […]

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Ugg boots – be careful you’re buying genuine Australian owned & manufactured

June 22nd, 2016

*Please note – the main story below was written in 2009. Some of the links may be broken but they will be left as-is because they contain the original addresses for the reference information & quotes used. Other links were updated in June 2016; as Deckers has yet again launched legal action against an Australian […]

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Quality merino wool jumpers, coats, skirts, blankets

June 19th, 2016

I wrote this blog post listing Australian wool clothing makers who are online, because surprising numbers of people end up on my website after searching for Australian Merino wool-related subjects. Many are looking for woollen garments or information. So here’s a useful shortlist of some of the better-known retailers and manufacturers, so that you can […]

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Latest news

June 16th, 2016

LATEST NEWS: RIRDC’s ‘Rural Women’s Award’: This year I was honoured to be one of the Queensland finalists.  The project I proposed was to run a national, multi-industry competition for short videos featuring farm conservation; from positive every-day decisions farmers make in favour of the environment, up to innovative, large-scale projects.  This RIRDC project had […]

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New Australian outback greeting cards

April 4th, 2016

Outback greeting cards sold out before Christmas, but new cards are now available! Because I am finally able to produce smaller quantities of a larger variety of designs, what is available will change more regularly.  So images of these new cards will not be added to the online ordering system (this keeps admin costs down, […]

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Sydney Royal Easter Show

March 8th, 2016

I loved holding the month-long exhibition in Sydney’s Bondi Pavilion in 2008, and finally I’m returning for 2 weeks at the Sydney Royal Easter Show  this year: Thursday 17th March until Wednesday 30th.  Sydney hosts the largest agricultural society show in Australia, with around 800,000 people attending, and it runs for more days than any […]

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