There goes another year… It’s been a busy and eventful year for RDA Southern Inland in 2018 and as we begin to wind down into holiday mode, I’d like to reflect on some of the highlights of 2018 and look ahead to 2019.
There are many ways to start exporting; some are accidental exports, an email, a phone call that leads to a random order to some place on the other side of the world and then all of a sudden, you’re an exporter.
The last Goulburn Connect of 2018 was held at The Collective on Tuesday night, with a strong crowd of 40 people attending the special Christmas get-together. Special guest speaker for the night was Joerris Noll from Tribe Breweries.
The University of Newcastle visited Crookwell Public School and Binda Public School last week to deliver their Science, Maths and Real Technology (SMART) Shows to students. Students in Years 3 to 6 at Crookwell Public School and Taralga Public School were part of the morning session.
Over 150 Year 7 and 8 students from Crookwell, Murrumburrah, Boorowa and Yass participated in the ‘Build me a Future Day’ on Thursday at Crookwell High School, with Yass High School winning the competition.
With a crowd of over 100 people, Goulburn and surrounds gathered together at the Grace Milsom Centre in Goulburn, to celebrate National Agricultural Day on the 21 st of November.
Two terms of hard work were celebrated on Wednesday 13 th November at Crookwell High School, with students from the high school and local primary schools showing off their Science Technology Engineering Maths (STEM) Projects.
Register here. On the 21 st November, Goulburn will celebrate the second National Agriculture Day. The national initiative celebrates the pivotal contribution that farmers make to Australia.
The inaugural Pizza & Pitch event, hosted by the Goulburn Regional Innovation Network, has been declared a success with eleven diverse business and social enterprise ideas ‘pitched’ to a large crowd last Wednesday night at The Collective.
On Thursday 25 th October, Gullen Range Wind and Solar Farm hosted Year 8 students from Crookwell High School. Throughout the morning, students immersed themselves in the renewable energy technology housed at Gullen Range Wind Farm.