Welcome to the April 2023 edition of the Highways and Byways Newsletter.
We are excited to be sharing with you news from some of our small grant projects and an update on the progress of our major partnership programs, including Restoring Nature and Communities and Free2B Girls in Tasmania, and Seeds of Connection in Queensland. We also have information on our upcoming Yarck to Yea Walk/Ride/Run, and our recently released 2022 Annual Report.
As Highways and Byways is the mission entity for the Missionary Sisters of Service, we also share some news highlights from this inspiring community of women including the inaugural recipient of the 2023 Fr John Wallis Scholarship, a reflection by Marcia McMahon MSS and an update on the MSS’s transition for its services to Emerging Futures Collaborative Limited.
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IMAGE: Hands on regenerative agriculture in Goondiwindi as part of field day organised by Macintyre Ag Alliance with a small grant from Highways and Byways – see newsletter for further information.