REPRESENTATIVES from all regions of SA were in Adelaide at the weekend to dance, network and raise funds to support education.
The SA Next Generation group held its biennial Boots & Black Tie Ball in the Adelaide Town Hall.
Guest master of ceremonies, Primary Industries and Regional Development Minister, Tim Whetstone, used his address to issue a challenge to those in the room.
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He said primary industries in SA was worth about $20 billion, throughout the value chain, but the goal was to grow that to $30b.
"If you are going to be a part of this great industry, you are a part of that target," he said.
The night included live and silent auctions, which helped raise funds for the SA Next Gen group and the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Education Foundation of SA.
- This story first appeared on the Stock Journal.