Project Partners

Many of our projects have been funded from the following organisations. Their support is invaluable to the group’s ability to promote local research, administer on-ground activity and extension of information to our members.

 

AWIAustralian Wool Innovation is a not-for-profit company owned by more than 25,000 Australian woolgrowers. AWI invests in research, development, innovation and marketing along the global supply chain for Australian wool.

 

The National Landcare Programme is a key part of the Australian Government’s $2 billion investment over four years in managing our natural resources.

 

COGGOThe Council of Grain Grower Organisations Limited (COGGO) in Western Australia invests in research, development and extension projects that address issues affecting the profitability of Western Australian grain producers.

 

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Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university with Australia’s third largest international student population. With campuses in Malaysia and Singapore as well as face to face teaching in a number of countries, Curtin has a strong commitment to international engagement. This cultural diversity adds a rich and valuable dimension to our campus atmosphere, preparing all graduates to live and work effectively in an increasingly global environment.

 

grain-industry-of-wa[1]The Grain Industry Association of Western Australia (GIWA) was formed  in 2008 and aims to represent the interests of those in the grain supply chain. GIWA’s purpose is to grow the value and profitability of the whole Western Australian grain industry.

 

GRDC LOGO 2The Grains Research and Development Corporation is one of the world’s leading grains research organisations, responsible for planning, investing and overseeing research and development, delivering improvements in production, sustainability and profitability across the Australian grains industry.

 

GGAThe Grower Group Alliance (GGA) is a non-profit, farmer driven organisation connecting grower groups, research organisations and agribusiness in a network across WA.

 

MLAMeat & Livestock Australia Limited (MLA) delivers marketing and research and development services for Australia’s cattle, sheep and goat producers. MLA provides services, tools and information that create tangible benefits for livestock producers that flow back to the farm gate.

 

MurdochMurdoch University embraces free thinking and encourages students to share ideas and pool knowledge. Across Australia, Murdoch University is recognised for excellence in teaching and ground-breaking research.

 

The Northern Agricultural Catchments Council (NACC) is one of Australia’s 56 regional NRM organisations working to accomplish nation wide management, restoration and protection of Australia’s natural environment by addressing national environmental priorities at the regional level.

 

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development assists the State’s agriculture, food and fibre sector to be sustainable and profitable, with a clear focus on export-led growth. The Department enhances the international competitiveness of the State’s agribusiness by working with them to meet the increasingly demanding standards for safety and quality of food and fibre products produced in an environmentally sustainable way.

 

UWAUniversity of Western Australia is recognised internationally as a leading university. It belongs to the ‘Group of Eight’, a coalition of the top research universities in Australia.

 

State NRM Office - WA GovThe Western Australian Governments State NRM Program was established by the Western Australian Government to facilitate the coordinated delivery of natural resource management in Western Australia. A key role of the State NRM Office is the coordination and delivery of government funding and grants for natural resource management activities in Western Australia.

 

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