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James Cleaver announced as 2019 Rural Ambassador

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The talent just keeps getting better each year in the Rural Achiever program, run by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW, and which focuses on developing young agricultural talent from across NSW. These young men and women really are the cream of the crop, as was demonstrated at last night's presentation dinner. This year's winner, James Cleaver, hails from Nyngan. He grew up on the family farm and has trained in economics and law. He is a rural support worker for the Department of Primary Industries and has a big picture aim of creating a sustainable future for agriculture. James will now go on to represent NSW in the Australasian final next year in New Zealand. ALSO MAKING NEWS: Last year's winner Tim Green, a cotton pathologist with the NSW DPI at Yanco, will represent NSW later this year at the upcoming final in Perth. Tim congratulated this year's competitors at Sydney Royal Show at a dinner last night, where the 2019 ambassador was announced. This year's intake also included: Rayali Banerjee, Epping, Denbigh Burrows, Wagga Wagga, Samuel Bush, Cootamundra, Samuel Johnson, Forbes, Katrina Nash, Toogong, Lachlan Patterson, Cowra, and Rebecca Thistlethewaite, Narrabri.

James Cleaver announced as 2019 Rural Ambassador

  • The 2019 Rural Ambassador James Cleaver, with his group of Rural Achievers who made up the 2019 program.

  • Katie Stanley, Agricultural Council of NSW, and the 2018 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Nikki Gibbs, Wauchope.

    Katie Stanley, Agricultural Council of NSW, and the 2018 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Nikki Gibbs, Wauchope.

  • First runner up The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Effie Fergusson, and the 2019 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Stephanie Clancy.

    First runner up The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Effie Fergusson, and the 2019 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl, Stephanie Clancy.

  • Ratan and Rayali Banerjee, Epping, Sydney.

    Ratan and Rayali Banerjee, Epping, Sydney.

  • Geoff and Heather Bush, and their son, Samuel, all of Cootamundra, and Jessica Neale, Penrith.

    Geoff and Heather Bush, and their son, Samuel, all of Cootamundra, and Jessica Neale, Penrith.

  • ASC of NSW president David Peters and RAS of NSW president Robert Ryan.

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    ASC of NSW president David Peters and RAS of NSW president Robert Ryan.

  • Karen and Eddie Nash and their daughters, Katrina and Renae, all of Cudal.

    Karen and Eddie Nash and their daughters, Katrina and Renae, all of Cudal.

  • Kohbe Whitehouse, Cronulla, and Samuel Johnston, Forbes.

    Kohbe Whitehouse, Cronulla, and Samuel Johnston, Forbes.

  • Rosie Johnston, Forbes, and Sam Walker, Paddington.

    Rosie Johnston, Forbes, and Sam Walker, Paddington.

  • John Fairfax, Sydney, with Nikki McLeod and Stacey McIntyre, of Akubra, Sydney.

    John Fairfax, Sydney, with Nikki McLeod and Stacey McIntyre, of Akubra, Sydney.

  • Libby Fairfax, Sydney, with Andrew and Betty Angus, Akubra, Sydney.

    Libby Fairfax, Sydney, with Andrew and Betty Angus, Akubra, Sydney.

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