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News & Events

Posted 9 November 2015 in News
Phase one of the Renewable Energy Trail was launched at the South East Region of Renewable Energy Excellence’s (SERREE) Renewable Energy Day on Friday 30 October 2015. The Renewable Energy Trail is an initiative of SERREE, being developed in collaboration with key renewable energy stakeholders to showcase the ACT and...
Australian Government funding is now available for organisations to apply for grants between $1,000 and $5,000 to help with the costs of volunteering.  It is expected around 5,700 organisations will benefit across Australia, with grants to be paid by 30 June 2016.
On the 30th of November 2015, representatives from governments and other institutions around the world will meet in Paris seeking a new global agreement on action on climate change. The future of our global food systems will be shaped by the decisions made at this meeting.
Southern Highlands Arts Festival (SHAF), held throughout November 2015, provides an opportunity to Immerse yourself in the creative environment of the Southern Highlands.
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Posted 9 November 2015 in News
Young will celebrate the 66th National Cherry Festival on the first full weekend of December, traditionally at the height of the cherry picking season. This iconic regional produce event showcases the humble Cherry which has been part of the landscape around Young for over 150 years.
Expressions of interest are being sought from school leavers on the Monaro who are looking for a long term career in Agriculture.
Posted 3 November 2015 in News
Local businesses are being urged to register for a free waste management assessment that helps them save money and time, and boost profits. 
A government-run scholarship that supports students studying agriculture-related degrees at university is now taking applications for 2016.