Tungkillo Progress Association for their generous loan of trestle tables.
The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR) has been established as a partnership between philanthropy, governments and business to stimulate rural and regional renewal in Australia.
FRRR encourages innovation and creativity in rural and regional communities. It delivers a range of grant programs, supports the development of regional community foundations, and uses seed funding and challenge grants to move regional development project funding into a more dynamic context.
WFI, part of Wesfarmers Insurance and friend of Mount Pleasant Markets has been supporting rural Australians for over 90 years.
As a leading Australian farm and business insurer, WFI believe the best way to work with their clients is face-to-face. That’s why they have a network of 160 experienced local Area Managers situated across Australia to provide clients with personal service.
For an obligation-free quote on your farm or business insurance, contact your local Area Manager Dave Rawlinson on 0439 935 733.
OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) communities have an OPAL Council Manager based within the local council. The OPAL Council Manager works with a range of community groups – including schools, health services, council and private businesses.
Local committees work together to find out what the community wants and needs and to help children and adults to be more active and make healthy eating choices. Sometimes, that might mean making better use of existing programs. Sometimes, it will mean getting everyone’s heads together to develop new programs. The result will be a community where it is easier for you and your family to live a healthy life.
The closest OPAL program is based in the Mid Murray Council area for further details contact Courtney Blacker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eat Local is all about offering you more opportunities to enjoy the very best of local food on local menus. It’s also about encouraging local businesses to showcase the very best and freshest produce on their doorstep as part of their menu.
Just look for the Eat Local signs as you travel around regional South Australia. If you see an Eat Local sign you can be sure to find a dish featuring the finest local produce on the menu or local produce you can purchase to continue enjoying your regional food experience at home.
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