A new Victorian government scholarship program aims to develop more leaders in the sustainable agriculture and primary industry sectors.
North East Catchment Management Authority is offering seven scholarships of up to $3000 each to help people take part in leadership professional development.
Executive manager, leadership and strategy, Jane Young said the grants could assist participants in initiatives like the Alpine Valleys Community Leadership or Charles Sturt University's regional leadership program.
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"Supporting local community members develop leadership skills in the natural resource management space, particularly in agriculture, is an important component in helping create the healthy communities and catchments that underpin regional economies," she said.
For more information, go to necma.vic.gov.au.
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