Cotton well represented at Rural Women's Awards

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Published: 
September 13, 2019

The cotton industry was very well represented at the Australian Rural Women’s Awards in Canberra this week. Pictured are CRDC’s Lynda George, CRDC Director Rosemary Richards, agronomist Emma Ayliffe,  Cotton Australia Policy Officer Angela Bradburn, Cotton Australia Central Highlands Regional Manager and Nuffield Scholar Renee Anderson, CRDC researcher Nicole McDonald, CRDC R&D Manager Rachel Holloway, Crop Consultant’s Australia’s Fiona Anderson and Cotton Australia Director and cotton grower Fleur Anderson. The recipient of the national Rural Women's Award was NSW's Jo Palmer, founder of Pointer Remote Roles, which matches businesses with talent that works remotely.