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The latest crop of primary sector emerging leaders have been revealed with six 2017 Nuffield Scholars announced by Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy at Parliament.
A movie extra, a shearing champ, a guy up for a Taylor Swift sing-along - you'll find them all in the Rural Bachelor of the Year finalists.
An article in Farmers Weekly with Nuffield Scholar Dan Steele
An Article from Farmers Weekly interviewing Ben Allomes about how farmers can become better leaders in their communities
An article from Farmers Weekly based on the study of Nuffield Scholar Satwant Kaur Singh
An article in Farmers Weekly based on the research of Nuffield Scholar Sharon Morrell
The 2016 scholars will be announced at an Awards Function at Parliament on 29th October 2015. Nuffield Alumni who may be in town and able to attend would be welcome.
More than 50 years as a prominent and active leader in the South Canterbury agricultural sector has earned Don McFarlane a Queen's Birthday Honour.
The 2014 Scholars are thinking outside the square with how they present their experiences with plans to present at the Australian Nuffield Conference on “The global trends as we saw them as a team”.
We would like to thank our Partners and Sponsors for their ongoing funding and support of Nuffield New Zealand Scholarships.