Horsham's Grains Innovation Park on hunt to bolster workforce for harvest 2020

Alexander Darling
Matt Currill
Updated November 2 2020 - 9:23am, first published 8:59am
INFLUX: Horsham's Grains Innovation Park recruits between 20 and 35 seasonal staff each year. Picture: FILE
INFLUX: Horsham's Grains Innovation Park recruits between 20 and 35 seasonal staff each year. Picture: FILE

Horsham's Grains Innovation Park is hoping the worst of the COVID-19 disruptions has passed, as it gears up for its annual influx of seasonal staff.

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Alexander Darling

Alexander has been a member of the Wimmera Mail-Times' editorial team since December 2018, covering politics, business and property among other rounds. He is a passionate St.Kilda and rock and roll fan, and has previously worked as a radio reporter in Port Macquarie and Gosford, NSW.

Matt Currill

Matt Currill

Sports reporter with The Courier

Matt covers the Ballarat Football Netball League and cricket. Get in touch at matt.currill@thecourier.com.au

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