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21/10/2015 11:20:00 a.m.
The Taranaki Provincial President has been nominated for a number of awards, and was a winner at the recent Taranaki Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. Read more
27/11/2015 1:39:00 p.m.
Federated Farmers has today added its name to the signatories of the fourth report of the Land & Water Forum after receiving the conditional support of its National Council. Read more
27/11/2015 1:21:00 p.m.
Federated Farmers cautiously welcomes the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill introduced at Parliament today, but is concerned that proposed reforms do not go far enough. Read more
27/11/2015 1:18:00 p.m.
Sheep and beef exports were up $1 billion (or 18 percent) to $6.8 billion and wool exports which were up $77 million (or 10.2 percent) to $826 million. Read more
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Advocacy & Influence Leadership Programme 14-15 October 2015
This Programme is specifically designed to build the collaborative engagement and advocacy capabilities of farming leaders, agribusiness, local authorities, science and community leaders who are working with farmers, external agencies and rural communities on the critical issues facing agriculture today.
The two day workshop programme is designed for 12 participants so that the skills of influence and advocacy can be practised and experienced through selective coaching and team exercises.
To register your interest for this course, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or click and download the registration form below.
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Federated Farmers is a Strategic Partner of the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust
Federated Farmers gratefully acknowledges the funding support of Beef + Lamb NZ and Dairy NZ for the Leadership Development Programmes. The two-day courses build communication and advocacy capability in our agricultural leaders. They gain confidence in working with farmer groups and organisations, media interviews, public speaking and collaborative engagement to actively influence better outcomes for farm businesses and rural communities.
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