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Socials: Field day for women

Business, rural education, succession planning, social licence in the wool industry and even pelvic floor health comprised a lively agenda at The Liebe Group’s Women’s Field Day last Thursday.

AGT WA marketing and seed production manager Alana Hartley and My Provincial Kitchen founder Tanya Kitto.AGT WA marketing and seed production manager Alana Hartley and My Provincial Kitchen founder Tanya Kitto.
Camera IconAGT WA marketing and seed production manager Alana Hartley and My Provincial Kitchen founder Tanya Kitto.Picture: Cally Dupe

More than 120 women, mostly from the Mid West, Eastern and Central Wheatbelt, gathered at the Dalwallinu Recreation Centre for the full–day event.

Bronwyn Hyde, of Dalwallinu, Kring Cail, of Dalwallinu.Bronwyn Hyde, of Dalwallinu, Kring Cail, of Dalwallinu.
Camera IconBronwyn Hyde, of Dalwallinu, Kring Cail, of Dalwallinu.Picture: Pictures: Cally Dupe, Cally Dupe
Tess Metcalf, of Wongan Hills, and Jess Taylor, of Wyabing.Tess Metcalf, of Wongan Hills, and Jess Taylor, of Wyabing.
Camera IconTess Metcalf, of Wongan Hills, and Jess Taylor, of Wyabing.Picture: Cally Dupe
Belinda Fry, of Dalwallinu, Cherie Fry, of Dalwallinu, and Sophie Carlhausen, of Wubin.Belinda Fry, of Dalwallinu, Cherie Fry, of Dalwallinu, and Sophie Carlhausen, of Wubin.
Camera IconBelinda Fry, of Dalwallinu, Cherie Fry, of Dalwallinu, and Sophie Carlhausen, of Wubin.Picture: Cally Dupe

Konnongorring resident Tiffany Davey was the MC, while My Provincial Kitchen founder and Mullewa farmer Tanya Kitto shared an inspirational story about her push to promote lupins as human food, followed by Grubs Up founder Paula Pownall.

Michelle Kirby, of Beacon, and Jenny Heaney, of Muckinbudin.Michelle Kirby, of Beacon, and Jenny Heaney, of Muckinbudin.
Camera IconMichelle Kirby, of Beacon, and Jenny Heaney, of Muckinbudin.Picture: Cally Dupe
Jane Simonetti, Alison Wroth and Sally Martin, all of Toodyay.Jane Simonetti, Alison Wroth and Sally Martin, all of Toodyay.
Camera IconJane Simonetti, Alison Wroth and Sally Martin, all of Toodyay.Picture: Cally Dupe

Guests included WA’s first female Chief Scientist, Lyn Beazley.

Annabelle Garratt, of Walkaway, and Emily Dempster, of Goomalling.Annabelle Garratt, of Walkaway, and Emily Dempster, of Goomalling.
Camera IconAnnabelle Garratt, of Walkaway, and Emily Dempster, of Goomalling.Picture: Cally Dupe
Kathy Stone, of Marchagee, Grubs Up founder Paula Pownall, and Debbie McNeill, of Dalwallinu.Kathy Stone, of Marchagee, Grubs Up founder Paula Pownall, and Debbie McNeill, of Dalwallinu.
Camera IconKathy Stone, of Marchagee, Grubs Up founder Paula Pownall, and Debbie McNeill, of Dalwallinu.Picture: Cally Dupe
Safefarms executive officer Maree Gooch, Landmark Finance rural finance manager Sue Quinn and Landmark Finance rural finance officer Abbie John.Safefarms executive officer Maree Gooch, Landmark Finance rural finance manager Sue Quinn and Landmark Finance rural finance officer Abbie John.
Camera IconSafefarms executive officer Maree Gooch, Landmark Finance rural finance manager Sue Quinn and Landmark Finance rural finance officer Abbie John.Picture: Cally Dupe
Elders Dalwallinu agronomist Clare Johnston, Emma Sands, of Dalwallinu, and Teisha Bradford, of Dalwallinu.Elders Dalwallinu agronomist Clare Johnston, Emma Sands, of Dalwallinu, and Teisha Bradford, of Dalwallinu.
Camera IconElders Dalwallinu agronomist Clare Johnston, Emma Sands, of Dalwallinu, and Teisha Bradford, of Dalwallinu.Picture: Cally Dupe

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