BRAGGING rights are once again on the line as nominations open for South Australian Agricultural Town of the Year.
In its fourth year, the annual award recognises SA towns that excel in agricultural practices and the flow-on effect on their surrounding communities.
Last year's winner was the Eyre Peninsula community of Kimba, which was selected from 59 nominations from across the state.
The award places a sharp focus on the importance of developing and maintaining a strong and vibrant agriculture sector to benefit regional communities through employment and its subsequent social and economic impacts.
Nominations for the award can be made at www.agtown.com.au and close Friday, June 17.
Nominated towns will be put in a public vote from Monday, June 27 to help select five finalists, with the winner announced at the Regional Showcase celebration in November.
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