Young Maori who work on dairy farms or who are involved in the dairy industry are being encouraged to enter the 2021 award for the Ahuwhenua Young Maori Farmer of the year (Rural News Week, Peter Burke)
The competition is designed to recognise young people who are currently working in the dairy industry or studying a dairy qualification and who have previously worked in the dairy industry.
Kingi Smiler, chairman of the Ahuwhenua Trophy Management Committee, says this is a great learning opportunity for young Maori involved in dairy to build up their networks and to meet people in the industry who can help them further their careers. He says he’s well aware of many great things young Maori are doing and this is the perfect opportunity for them to show the country what they are doing and how well they are progressing their careers.
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