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Like the body the mind needs activities to be cognitively, emotionally and socially healthy. The Headspace app is great way to build mental wellness and process the stress.

This app teaches you how to start and maintain good habits using mediation techniques. It also has short mediations for dealing with emergencies or the random quiet moment that you might find yourself in.  The Headspace app has a two week free trial and then it costs a small monthly commitment. The app has a warm, friendly, easy to use interface, fun illustrations and a well organised library of courses.

More information is available on the website.

In late October, in what is a truly unique wine experience, 72 Oenology students and three academic staff, from University of Adelaide, will travel to the Riverland for a two-day immersion tour. The tour is part of the curriculum exploring the region’s diverse culture of winemaking practices, philosophies, people and places.

Due to significant demand from members, SAWIA has organised for Dr Matt Brearley, Australia’s pre-eminent occupational heat stress consultant, to present a briefing in the Riverland on Tuesday, October 29, 2019.

Society of Precision Agriculture Australia (SPAA) in collaboration with Riverland Wine will host a Precision Viticulture workshop on Friday, October 25 with the key focus – ‘PA tools for efficiencies and savings’.

The 17th annual Riverland Wine & Food Festival came alive on the Berri Riverfront on Saturday October 12 thanks to Riverland Wine, Berri Barmera Council and Berri Hotel and what a celebration it was.

Wine producers, winegrape growers and transporters of grapes and bottled wine are required to comply with the Chain of Responsibility requirements under the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

Finlaysons Wine Roadshow will be held at the Renmark Hotel on Thursday, on November 6. This year’s theme is ‘Levelling the Playing Field’ and will focus on the impact of the ACCC Wine grape market study Final Report.

The Wine Grape Council of SA annual general meeting will be held at the National Wine Centre on Thursday, October 17, commencing at 1pm.

Appointments of Proxy forms are available from Riverland Wine.

For further information or to RSVP please contact Lisa Bennier.

Riverland Wine has been working over the last few months with Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin to extend the existing Riverland Automatic Weather Station (AWS) network to provide better information to the region’s winegrape growers.

The Riverland Wine & Food Festival (RWFF) brings the community together to enjoy what makes our region great. It is a celebration of the region’s wine and food culture and is recognised as one of the highlights of the South Australian events calendar.

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