WIN $500 to take your Regenerative Agriculture skills to the next level!

During September & October Agtalent is giving away 40 x $500 vouchers to spend on approved training programs.

There will be 5 winners per week from the 11th of September. So get in quick!

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About our sponsors

Commonland is dedicated to supporting large scale landscape and community restoration initiatives all over the globe.

Commonland believes that landscape restoration offers tremendous untapped opportunities for sustainable economic development. Our goal is to support and facilitate the transformation of degraded and depopulated landscapes through the development of inspirational solutions that will create new jobs and business opportunities; secure local food supplies; and restore biodiversity, soil and water quality. Commonland’s 4 returns, 3 zones, 20-year framework combines and connects different landscapes throughout the world, with flagship landscape-level initiatives in The Netherlands, Spain, South Africa and Western Australia.

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Western Australia’s leading regenerative food and farming company

Wide Open Agriculture (ASX: WOA) is a Regenerative Food & Farming company. Through our farmland portfolio and our Dirty Clean FoodTM brand, we grow and sell delicious, healthy food. We partner with farmers committed to rebuilding healthy soil, enhancing biodiversity and restoring waterways. We are seeking strong, sustainable financial returns and are committed to making a positive, measurable impact on the ecosystems and communities in which we operate.

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