Track 3-09: Engaging the Next Generation of Grassland Researchers and Practitioners

The 22rd International Grassland Congress (Revitalising Grasslands to Sustain Our Communities) took place in Sydney, Australia from September 15 through September 19, 2013.
Proceedings Editors: David L. Michalk, Geoffrey D. Millar, Warwick B. Badgery, and Kim M. Broadfoot
Publisher: New South Wales Department of Primary Industry, Kite St., Orange New South Wales, Australia

22nd International Grassland Congress Theme 3:
Grassland People, Rights, Policies, Practices and Processes:
Achieving Change:
Engaging the Next Generation of Grassland Researchers and Practitioners

Will Intergenerational Succession and Our Current Educational Systems Be Sufficient to Provide the Next Generation of Farmers and Researchers?

Brian J. Revell, Harper Adams University, UK

Realising the Potential of Youth in the Development of Sustainable Grasslands

J. C. Bidogeza, Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa
Ralph von Kaufmann

Empowering the Next Generation of Tropical Forage Researchers: A New e-Journal for the 21st Century

Rainer Schultze-Kraft, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, Colombia
Lyle Winks
Changjun Bai, Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences, China
Robert J. Clements
Asamoah Larbi, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Nigeria
Michael Peters, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, Colombia
Cacilda Borges do Valle, EMBRAPA, Brazil

Career Management for Early Career Scientists in Developing Countries--A South African Experience

Luthando Dziba, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa
Xolisa Ngwadla, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa
Ndeke Musee, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa

Cultivating the Next Generation of Pasture Scientists in Australia

Sarita Jane Bennett, Curtin University, Australia