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If we could see around corners and over horizons, plotting a pathway to future prosperity would be much less difficult. Given that we don’t have those capabilities we must work with what we have. Perhaps the most important thing we can all do is to believe that there are better ways of doing what we do; and that we will find solutions, if we work together.

Australia’s largest winegrower co-operative – CCW has notified the industry this week that after 14 years in the chair, one of the region’s best known identities Jim Caddy has stepped down from the top job and been replaced by fellow board member Peter Hill of Loxton North.

Training Program

Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland will be running workshops and mentoring sessions in the Riverland for businesses wanting to know more about e-business and social media.

Destination Riverland
has ‘winterised’ their website www.desitinationriverland.org.au as part of a winter campaign currently being conducted.

If you need any planting material for spring, time is running out to get your orders in.

There will be a phylloxera outbreak in the Riverland on Wednesday June 4, or so it would seem. Phylloxera Board CEO, Alan Nankivell will notify the industry that an outbreak has been detected in a Monash vineyard owned and operated by well-known Riverland entrepreneur and identity.

People interested in attending the Biosecurity day presented by PGIBSA and WGGA, and previously promoted, on June 4, in Renmark at the McCormick Centre, are urged to RSVP to Kate by phone 8584 5816 or email admin@riverlandwine.com.au as soon as possible. More Information


On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, a group of Australia’s top sommeliers from Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne travelled to the region as part of the Wine Australia Trade Immersion Program.

Management of AWRI and GWRDC were impressed that over 80 Riverland growers, viticultural staff and winemaker representatives registered for the technical seminar held at the McCormick Centre, in Renmark, on Thursday last week.

More than 80 growers attended the recent round of breakfast meeting at Waikerie, Barmera, Renmark and Loxton.
Growers and winery staff, who attended the meetings, were invited to provide feedback about their experiences of the 2014 vintage and to consider a number of forward looking projects and the Strategic Plan being developed by Riverland Wine, to be published at the end of June.

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