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School for women farmers

42 YEARS AGO After noticing that the paying guests of her small agritourism venture had a keen interest in learning about farming, Elizabeth Aymes started offering small, individual farming courses on her farm.

A former student of the now defunct Boschetto, SA’s only agricultural college for women, has plans for a similar venture, and is already running farming courses.

The spirit of Boschetto will

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