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GPSA offers sponsorship for Thriving Women 2018

17 December 2017

Grain Producers SA will sponsor two female grain producers to attend the Thriving Women 2018 conference at Hahndorf on February 19 and 20.

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Professor Wendy Umberger appointed to GPSA Board

13 December 2017

The Board of Grain Producers SA has appointed Professor Wendy Umberger as an independent director, taking the Board to its full complement of nine members.

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Grain producers reap rewards of Farm Business Strategic Review

6 December 2017

Family businesses in SA’s grains industry will be better equipped to grow and create jobs through the rollout of the Grains Industry Farm Business Strategic Review.

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GPSA supports initiative to get students into grains careers

22 November 2017

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.

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GPSA to farewell inaugural CEO

21 November 2017

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.

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South Australians urged to support the industry on National Ag Day

14 November 2017

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.

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Packed GROWING SA event shines a light on ag’s importance

16 August 2017

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.

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Primary Producers SA joins farming’s peak national body

11 August 2017

The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) has today warmly welcomed South Australia to the peak body with Primary Producers SA (PPSA) joining the NFF membership.

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Three directors fill vacancies for GPSA Board

7 August 2017

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.

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Opportunity to contribute to industry’s future - nominate to be elected to the GPSA Board

30 June 2017

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.

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Registrations open for inaugural GROWING SA conference

27 June 2017

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.

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Dion Woolford joins GPSA Board

4 June 2017

The Board of Grain Producers SA has appointed Eyre Peninsula grain grower Dion Woolford as an independent director.

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Inaugural conference to highlight primary production’s value

11 May 2017

Grain Producers SA and Livestock SA are partnering to host a joint industry conference this year, called GROWING SA.

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Discussion starts on review of mining laws

26 April 2017

Increasing recognition of the rights of grain producers as landowners is at the centre of GPSA's submission to the review of SA's mining laws.

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ESCOSA to review supply chain costs

24 April 2017

GPSA has welcomed the State Government’s decision to instruct the Essential Services Commission of SA to review South Australian bulk grain supply chain costs on behalf of grain producers.

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GPSA welcomes new policy expertise for 2017

9 February 2017

Grain Producers SA has appointed a new full-time policy officer Shane Gale to work with the organisation’s staff, board of grower directors and South Australian grain growers.

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Meetings for Mining Act Review

17 January 2017

Grain Producers SA is seeking producer feedback on the impacts of mining on their property, community and the industry as a whole through a series of consultation meetings, starting later this month.

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