Grain Producers SA will provide $20,000 in funding for an initiative to deliver curriculum-linked activities that promote innovation and opportunities in the grains sector to South Australian school students.
The Board of Grain Producers SA today announced that the organisation’s inaugural Chief Executive Officer, Darren Arney, will be moving on from the role next month.
With one in five South Australians employed in the food industry, the state’s commodity advocacy and research groups are encouraging everyone to celebrate the industry on National Agriculture Day on Tuesday November 21.
ABOUT 300 people attended the inaugural GROWING SA conference in Hahndorf last Friday to hear the latest in farm business advice, research and development and policy updates.
Grain Producers SA will welcome three board directors to fill three vacant positions and farewell Ceduna producer Peter Polkinghorne, who has retired from the board, at the Annual General Meeting this Friday.
Grain producers who want to contribute to the industry’s future can nominate to become a director on the board of Grain Producers SA next month.
Registrations are open for the inaugural GROWING SA conference – the first time Grain Producers SA and Livestock SA have partnered to host their annual industry events.
The Board of Grain Producers SA has appointed Eyre Peninsula grain grower Dion Woolford as an independent director.
Grain Producers SA and Livestock SA are partnering to host a joint industry conference this year, called GROWING SA.
Increasing recognition of the rights of grain producers as landowners is at the centre of Grain Producers SA’s submission to the State Government’s review of mining laws in South Australia.