Property Rights Australia (PRA) has some exciting news. Australian Horizons Foundation has partnered with PRA and has pledged to the ongoing commitment of $20,000 every year to be split into 2 streams.

The Ashley McKay Memorial Bursary (‘the Bursary’) will be awarded to two individuals per year and is funded by the Australian Horizons Foundation and proudly administered by PRA.

The first bursary is targeted at Year 12 students having recently completed high school, to undertake a rangeland science or similar degree/diploma. The second bursary is focused on someone who has been engaged in the Australian agricultural sector who wishes to (1) improve their skills, and (2) better advocate for their industry.

Initially the Bursary will target applicants in the Northern Territory, Queensland and the Kimberly and Pilbara regions of Western Australia. Please send your expression of interest including: (1) name, (2) email, (3) contact number, and (4) nominate which Bursary you are interested in applying for to pra1@bigpond.net.au.

The full application process will be advised publicly by PRA.

PRA aspires to help as many as possible in the study of a balance of profitable agriculture while understanding the natural values of the landscape.

Media Release – 13 July 2023 (Attachment)

PRA YouTube – Penny Johnson, CEO of the Australian Horizons Foundation