RRR Network Podcast

RRR Network and Generation Ag have collaborated to create the RRR Network Podcast Series, featuring past winners and finalists of the WA Rural Women’s Awards

RRR Network Episode 6 – Lauren Bell

RRR Network Episode 6 – Lauren Bell

Lauren founded ‘Waste Not Food Recycling’ to develop a system of organic waste management that builds the economies of regional and remote communities in Northern Australia, not landfills. Sending organic waste to landfill is highly problematic, as it...

RRR Network Episode 5 – Kendall Whyte

RRR Network Episode 5 – Kendall Whyte

Kendall Whyte is one of the founders of the Blue Tree Project, a project that started after she lost her brother Jayden to suicide in 2018. The first blue tree was painted by Jayden in 2014 just for fun, after his death it became a symbol for mental...

RRR Network Episode 4 – Lucy Anderton

RRR Network Episode 4 – Lucy Anderton

Lucy Anderton from Albany farms in partnership with her husband in a broad acre mixed farming enterprise. As an agriculture economist she recognised the need for an easy-to-use whole-of-farm business analysis tool to assist with building resilience in the industry. ...

RRR Network Episode 3 – Jo Ashworth

RRR Network Episode 3 – Jo Ashworth

Jo Ashworth, is a co-manager at Kalannie Community Resource Centre who works passionately on community building, farms in the Goodlands area with her family and trained as a mechanical engineer. She has led the Growing Kalannie Project which offers and...

RRR Network Episode 2 – Belinda Lay

RRR Network Episode 2 – Belinda Lay

Belinda Lay is a sheep farmer from Esperance and in 2019 she won the WA AgriFuture's Rural Women's Award for her innovative project to trial ‘fit bit’ style sheep collars. The collars are designed to GPS track livestock in real time and monitor heart...

RRR Network Episode 1 – Cara Peek

RRR Network Episode 1 – Cara Peek

Cara Peek is a Yawuru/Bunuba woman, lawyer, entrepreneur and social innovator committed to fostering access and opportunity for rural and remote communities. Cara was named as WA's Rural Woman of the Year 2020 for her project Saltwater Academy; a rite of...

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