Projects

GPSA develops projects in areas which are critical to the productivity and profitability of growers.

Annual Operating Plan

The GPSA Annual Operating Plan outlines the annual budget, resources and research priorities that help achieve elements outlined in the GPSA Business Plan. It also provides the opportunity for GPSA to respond to external drivers and changing priorities during the season.

SA Grain Industry Blueprint

SA Grain Industry Blueprint

Grain Producers SA led and coordinated the development of the South Australian Grain Industry Blueprint for 2020-2030. The initiative is the first of its kind for South Australia’s grain sector and has been developed in cooperation with industry and Government.

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Rural Health & Wellbeing

Rural Health & Wellbeing

GPSA partners with rural health providers to give growers the tools they need to support their health and wellbeing. online WH&S Resources SafeWork SA In South Australia, the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA) protects all workers, including employees,...

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Trade & Market Access

Trade & Market Access

Market Ready Protect our market access Is your grain Market Ready? South Australia has an excellent reputation for providing premium agricultural products and working closely with trading partners to ensure their needs are met. By continuing to uphold high grain...

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Environment, Sustainability & Safety

Environment, Sustainability & Safety

Grain Harvesting Code of Practice South Australia has a voluntary Grain Harvesting Code of Practice which outlines the conditions under which grain harvesting and handling should occur in the paddock, including operating grain harvesters, vehicles involved...

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Emerging Leaders Program

Emerging Leaders Program

Emerging Leaders Program The next generation of SA's agricultural leaders have the opportunity to boost their skills through GPSA's Emerging Leaders Program, modelled on the highly successful SAFF Future Leaders Program that was established in the early 2000s. The...

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