Grant Melrose, who oversees continuous improvement management for vertically integrated processor John Dee in Queensland, has always lived and breathed agribusiness. But like so many in the sector, his early training was informal, learning from those who went before. About five years back he set himself on a path to formal learning – and it’s led him to the most interesting places.
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Upon arriving in Darwin on the 24th July there was a mixed sense of cautiousness, anticipation and anxiety amongst the cohort of Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) Course 24.
Course 24 of the Australian Rural Leadership Program have completed their two week session in the Kimberley, WA. The participants including AMPC sponsor Grant Melrose from John Dee Warwick met in Darwin on Day one before the group moved on to Kununurra.