Second time’s the charm for Food Security Journalism Awards

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After two years off due the pandemic, the Crawford Fund is making up for lost time by offering a second round of its Food Security Journalism Award in 2022, but you only have until July 29 to enter.

Earlier this year Queensland reporter Tom Major won the first round for his article,“Can golden rice prove agricultural science has a role in ending malnutrition?”

The awards enables a journalist to undertake a ‘seeing is believing’ visit to agriculture for development projects in the field, and interact with passionate students, researchers, and local farmers, and then share their stories with the Australian public, and has been support by the ACAJ since it’s inception in 2013.

Eligible applicants submit a piece of completed work on an issue related to food security and nutrition that is published (either in print, broadcast or online) between 30 April 2022 through to 27 July, 2022. 

Entries should be submitted COB Friday, 29 July, for the full terms and conditions, and how to enter, visit the Crawford Fund online.