2016 Don Martin Fellowship

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The 2016 program of the Dr Don Martin Sustainable Viticulture Fellowship, presented by the Alcorso Foundation in partnership with Wine Tasmania, has been launched. The Fellowship offers Tasmanian-based wine sector professionals a grant of $10,000 towards study-based travel or as seed funding for new research projects. It provides an outstanding opportunity for Tasmanian-based wine sector professionals to undertake research into topics of relevance to the broader sector, with a focus on environmental, economic and social sustainability.

Expressions of interest from wine sector professionals were invited by 31 July 2016, with formal applications due by 26 August 2016. Feedback is being provided on each expression of interest received, as well as assistance with formal applications. Whilst you won't receive the feedback and mentoring support if you didn't submit an expression of interest, there is still an opportunity to apply for study-based travel or seed funding for research by Friday 26 August 2016