In excellent news for travellers, Amy and Neil Chinsami will soon open the doors of their second Little Local Co café in Tailem Bend, this time on the highway, offering meals as well as their signature coffee and sweet treats.
The spotlight shined bright on Murraylands and Riverland food producers this month as our region played host to one of Australia’s most renowned food influencers.
Stopping the brain drain of our young people from the Murraylands is fundamental to our region’s economic and social prosperity. These young men and women are our future business leaders, instigators of change, and key decision makers for generations to come.
A new business to business (B2B) initiative was launched on 2 May by RDA Murraylands and Riverland. The program connects local SMEs to professional service providers to access expert advice.
The overall concept for the project is to create a new brand that recognises the regenerative agriculture efforts of our farmers and provides them with consumer recognition through increased profile, and potentially a price premium for food and fibre.
Funding to help South Australian businesses explore new ways of extracting clean, low-emission energy from organic residue is available now. You can apply to work with a bioenergy mentor who will guide you through the process of identifying your biomass technology options and developing a project proposal. From this project…