Dale's experience at Roseworthy College proved to him that it was possible to make a genuine long-term difference to the community and the State's rural industries. Dale has served 34 years with the SA Government's Agriculture Department in various roles and has lead the popular rural radio program, Agrow on 5MU! Among other achievements, his career is a proud one, full of opportunity and value to rural communities.
James grew up on a mixed farming property near Kapunda in mid north South Australia. James completed his Bachelor of Natural Resource Management (NRM) at The University of Adelaide in 2006 with the intention of working closely with farmers to improve their understanding of NRM. James has recently moved into Paroo Pastoral’s Adelaide office as their Business Development Manager.
After graduating from Roseworthy, Sarah Marquis and her husband Sparky had big dreams of developing their own business; succeeding in a career they were both passionate about, helping other people be their best and having fun. From making wine with Sarah's parents to building their own winery in McLaren Vale, Sarah is a brilliant example of what can be achieved through hard work, dedication to craft and a desire to help others succeed.
Drew Kluska graduated from Roseworthy in 1992, and he is now the Founder and Managing Director of 'The Tailor'. The Tailor specialises in luxury, handcrafted holidays in Australia. Drew believes that his time studying at Roseworthy brought him to his current role.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Agriculture from Roseworthy in 1965, Richard Fewster has spent a majority of his lifetime working with horticulturalists, agriculturalists and agri-businesses across Australia. Now Richard is overseeing the management of ‘Ruston’s Roses’ at Renmark.
Graham and his wife, Annemarie, run The Food Forest, a certified organic permaculture farm and learning centre located near Gawler. Graham and Annemarie began forming their business during their early careers in education. Graham taught at Roseworthy for 16 years and The Adelaide University for seventeen years. “Brooky”, as Graham has always been known, was heavily involved in the beginnings of the Roseworthy Agricultural College and The University of Adelaide merging in the early 90s.