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Writers Who

Writers Who are a network of female rural journalists who write on behalf of CEOs, entrepreneurs and industry leaders about a vast array of specialist subjects from biosecurity, to innovations in agritech, rural challenges, and regulatory reforms. Writers Who have been responsible for crafting hundreds of news stories, opinion pieces and persuasive editorials, tonnes of marketing copy, plenty of press releases, bucket loads of bios, swags of social media captions, as well as download-worthy white papers, actionable communications plans and savvy strategic reviews. Writers Who have written for AgForce, Australian Wagyu Association, Australian LotFeeders Association, AgriFutures, Australian Eggs and many related peak bodies and agricultural entities.

Five surprising similarities between agriculture and mining

Australia's economic landscape has long been characterised by two formidable pillars: mining and agriculture. These industries, while distinct in operation and sometimes at odds politically, share a tapestry of challenges, knowledge, and opportunities. Could the surprising interconnectedness of mining and agriculture pave the way for collaborative solutions to shared challenges? As Australia embarks on a journey towards sustainable economic development, harnessing the collective wisdom of these industries will be instrumental in realising our shared bounty.
Rebecca Tomkinson, CEO, Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia explores five key factors of this symbiotic relationship.

8 Apr 2024

Measurement and markets: empowering producers to make the most of natural capital

Farming in today’s economic climate is a battle between productivity and sustainability but what if there was a way for these two objectives to be achieved in tandem? Is it possible to grow economic prosperity at the same time as we diminish our carbon footprint? Could we revitalise Australia’s landscapes by the way we farm them? As it turns out, the answer lies in the hands of our farmers.

31 Jul 2023