On a remote cattle station, a woman sorts through the mail that is delivered once a week. Although her internet connection is patchy and unreliable and the phone calls to loved ones far away drop out, she knows that the parcel that has arrived will be reliable, inspiring and timeless. Best read over a cuppa, Graziher the magazine, is a source she will draw upon each quarter to connect with the other people and women across the industry. It is estimated that one-third of Australian women live in rural and regional communities and 40 per cent of Australian farmers are women. The Australian agricultural industry is heavily dependent on women's off- farm work, much of which goes unrecognised. Australia needs to both empower women and radically change the way that agriculture is portrayed here, to encourage more young women to see agriculture as a viable career path.
Graziher is a much-needed publication for rural and regional women. Why? Because:
Graziher encapsulates all of the above points, and delivers the empowerment to rural women, inspiring and educating them one story at a time.
Grazihers, teachers, nurses, cooks, homebodies, photographers, tractor drivers; the list goes on for eternity. This is a quarterly publication, please allow up to ten to twelve weeks for your first delivery.