Tue 20, Aug 2019
The Ag Institute Australia (AIA) WA Division invites you to attend our upcoming exciting 'Ag Futures 2035 - AIA Western Australia Division Conference' conference. Please see below for additional details:
Thu 08, Aug 2019
5pm - 7pm
Event Name: Ag Institute Australia Victorian Division & La Trobe University Agriculture Students information session and networking event
Date: Thursday 8 August 2019
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Venue: La Trobe University, Main Foyer, Agribio building, 5 Ring Rd, La Trobe University, Bundoora
Cost: AIA members, Students & La Trobe staff Free, Non AIA members & Non-La Trobe staff $10
More info: email@example.com
Register Now: https://tas.currinda.com/register/event/1978
Wed 07, Aug 2019
11:30am - 12:30pm
Event Name: Ag Institute Australia Victorian Division & The University of Melbourne - Agriculture Students Information Session and Networking Event
Date: Wednesday 7 August 2019
Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
Venue: The University of Melbourne, Kimpton Theatre, Building B142, Royal Parade, Parkville
Cost: AIA members & Students - $0
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register Now: https://tas.currinda.com/register/event/1979
Tue 06, Aug 2019
12.00 PM till 1.30 PM
Socialist Agriculture in East Germany, June 1978
This month’s speaker is Michael Graefe, FAIA, President, Ag Institute Australia, Victoria Division. Michael visited Dresden in the then German Democratic Republic (GDR) to reconnect with wider family after 33 years and to attend that nation’s only Educational AGRA Exhibition at Leipzig.
Wed 03, Jul 2019
7pm - 9.30pm
The SA Division invites members and guests to a dinner meeting with Kate McBride.
Kate McBride is from Tolarno Station, near Menindee in the Western Division of NSW. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Adelaide as well as being a Healthy River Ambassador. Kate is a strong advocate for the health of the Darling River and the Murray Darling Basin. She has strong views when it comes to water management and has done talks to schools and community events regarding the Darling River and Menindee lakes.
In 2017 Kate was elected by fellow landholders onto the Western Local Land Services (LLS) Board and is now the youngest board member since the organisation began. Since then Kate has also become chair of the Western Regional Weeds Committee.
Kate and her family were recently featured in an episode of Australian Stories on the ABC.
Date: Wednesday 3 July
Time & Venue: 7pm Edinburgh Hotel, Mitcham
RSVP: Glenn McDonald
Tue 02, Jul 2019
12PM to 1.30PM
Irrigation Water for Agriculture
This month’s speaker is Euan Friday, B Eco, Grad Dip App Fin, Chartered Accountant, Chief Investment Officer Kilter Rural. Euan has been working with Kilter Rural for eleven years to deliver investor returns through investments in Australia’s scarce water resources. Euan maintains a personal agricultural connection, operating a sheep grazing operation on the family property near Mansfield, Victoria. Prior to joining Kilter Rural, Euan worked for ten years in Corporate Finance roles with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Melbourne and Central Europe, then seven years with STA Travel, initially as CFO and then as Managing Director Aust/NZ.
Tue 04, Jun 2019
12 noon - 1.30pm AEST
Biological Control of Weeds & Invertebrate Pests
Dr Raelene Kwong, Senior Research Scientist, Invertebrate & Weed Sciences, Agriculture Victoria (Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions). She leads Victoria’s R&D programs on the biological control of weeds and invertebrate pests. She is the current President of the Weed Society of Victoria. After 15 years in the field of biological control, including a year in Darwin where she set up the Weed Warriors program, involving indigenous communities rearing Salvinia weevils. On her return studied and obtained her PhD through La Trobe University in 2016. Raelene’s presentation will provide an overview of the science behind biological control with emphasis on current research being undertaken by Agriculture Victoria.
Tue 28, May 2019
Ag Institute Australia (AIA) and The University of Sydney Institute of Agriculture would like to announce a joint FREE event which will feature the AIA NSW General meeting followed by a range of presentations & a key note speaker. The event will be held at The Sydney University Institute of Agriculture, ATP Room 422 (Level 4), 1 Central Avenue, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh NSW 2015, Australia at 5.30pm on Tuesday 28 May 2019.
Tue 07, May 2019
12pm - 1.30pm
Our speaker Andrew Read joined the Bureau of Meteorology in 1986 and trained as a technical officer - forecaster in 1990 and then as a meteorologist in 1993. He has worked at East Sale Airport since. He has had two year postings to Sydney and Canberra Airports during that time. In 2014 he worked in Bermuda at the Airport for 12 months. He has since returned to work at East Sale as a lecturer. Over the course of his career his duties have included climate consultancy, lecturing, forecasting, managing, media liaison, briefings and several other duties.
Andrew's talk will cover the El Nino/Southern Oscillation Index (ENSO), Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) and how these affect climate conditions predominantly in Australia as well as the affects overseas. He will also touch briefly on the current seasonal outlook.
Thu 18, Apr 2019
9.30am - 9.30pm
Join the Tasmanian division of the Ag Institute and Tasmanian Irrigation for a tour of the Meander Valley Irrigation Scheme in northern Tasmania. See how water from the mountains is delivered to farms, and how farmers in an area of 800-1200mm average rainfall use that water. The tour will be a car-pooling/networking experience with knowledgeable local ‘tour guides’ for our interstate visitors, including a gourmet lunch at Hazelbrae House.
Following the tour, the national student competition will begin at Entally Lodge. Outstanding agricultural science students representing their State will compete for the prestigious AEV Richardson Memorial Award by presenting their research and findings. Don’t miss this chance to see Australia’s upcoming generation of top agricultural scientists!
Thu 11, Apr 2019
2.30pm - 5.30pm
The Ag Institute Australia (AIA) QLD Division invites you to an exciting event titled “Reverse Networking: Bringing the Ag Industry to Students”.
The event will be on Thursday 11 April 2019 at 2.30pm – 5.30pm.
Tue 02, Apr 2019
12pm - 1.30pm
Peter Cunningham, Wattle Seeds Australia grew up on a horticultural property (Citrus, Vines) in Sunraysia, NW Victoria and completed a B Agri Sci (1983) and M Agri Sci (1989) at Melbourne Uni. He then worked as a Research Agronomist and Plant Breeder at the DPI, Hamilton (1983-96). Following Theological studies (1997-99), Peter & his wife Sally worked in Rural Development amongst the Hausa and Fulani people with Simaid an NGO in Niger Republic, West Africa (2000-2010). Since 2010, Peter has been based at Tarrington, SW Vic and worked as a Project advisor/Consultant for Simaid and World Vision in Aust., Niger, Ghana, Senegal and Ethiopia. More recently he has specialised in Native food (esp. Wattle seed) production/consultancy and established “Wattle Seeds Australia” in 2018.
Wed 20, Mar 2019
9:45am for a 10:00 am start — 1:30 pm
Ag Institute Australia (WA Division) and Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development proudly present the Young Professionals in Agriculture Forum followed by AIA (WA Division) general meeting
Tue 05, Mar 2019
from 12.00 PM till 1.30 PM AEDT
A hot and complex topic. Much has been spoken about renewables. Bill Lewis has collected a significant amount of information and will drive the presentation and discussion. This includes a large number of current illustrative videos that explain what is happening now, the immediate and long-term future. Various energy sources, technologies are being used around the world. The Grid, micro Grids, Load Management, capacity, batteries have been going through astronomical development. Computers, sensors etc are a major part of the innovation process. How they will interact in the grid, homes, factories, farms and communities including various modes of transport are just some of the innovations.
Tue 05, Feb 2019
12.00pm till 1.30pm AEDT
The Reproductive Technology Revolution
Our speaker Dr Doug Killeen, BScAgr (Sydney), PhD (Sydney) began his working life with the NSW Department of Agriculture at Leeton Research Station, taking up a position in sheep research. In 1966 he returned to Sydney University to do a PhD in reproductive physiology. The 40 odd years after World War II saw a period of pioneering work in the development of artificial reproduction technologies in both animals and humans. These technologies are common place today, but before this they were restricted to the limited use of artificial insemination in cattle and sheep. Doug’s talk will show how this revolution happened and will highlight the prominent roles of Australian scientists and agricultural scientists in particular and his involvement.
Tue 04, Dec 2018
12.00 PM till 1.30 PM AEST
Dr Jock Allison, B.Agr.Sc., M.Agr.Sc., Lincoln, PhD., Sydney 1970, ONZM, FNZIPIM is visiting from New Zealand. He was Director of AgResearch (Crown Research Institute) 1992 to 1999, the NZ Wool Board 2000 to 2003. Received an ONZM (Officer of the NZ Order of Merit,), 2000, Lincoln Bledisloe Medalist 2003.
Jock completed his PhD studies in reproductive physiology. Worked alongside Doug Killeen at the University’s property at Jerilderie. Returned to the Ministry of Agriculture Research Station at Invermay close to Dunedin in 1970. Became Regional Director of Agricultural Research for the Southern South Island for MAF in 1978, and during an 8 year tenure increased the number of scientists from 20 to 45, built new facilities and greatly increased the flow of information to the farming industry.
Mon 19, Nov 2018
5pm - 7.30pm
Graham Page (Thomas Elder Consulting) and Dr John Evans (Thomas Elder Institute) will give short presentations. These will be followed by the announcement of, and presentation to, the winner of the 2018 Jim McColl Young Consultant Award.
Tue 13, Nov 2018
12.00 PM till 1.30 PM
Our speaker Dr Bob Redden will provide a comprehensive overview on the topic of GMO. The importance of GMO crops worldwide, history, development and commercialisation, diversity of crops & uses of the products including food safety.
Thu 04, Oct 2018
2pm - 9pm
Thursday 4 October 2018, 2.00 – 9.00pm, Brickendon Estate, World Heritage Site, 236 Wellington Street, Longford Tas 7301
Tue 02, Oct 2018
12.00 PM till 1.30 PM
Graeme Smith (CPAg) is an expert in Protected Agriculture or Vertical Farms & PFAL will review the innovation in global urban farming.
Wed 12, Sep 2018
Perennial Pasture Systems is holding its annual conference PPS 10 years on, looking forward and moving back tomorrow (12th September) in Ararat (Victoria).
Tue 04, Sep 2018
12.00pm - 1.30pm
This month’s Lunch will feature Will Dalton, Manager (Food and Fibre Sector Policy), Agriculture Victoria. He will give an overview of Agricultural Production in Victoria. It will include a discussion on the opportunities for value adding both current and the future. This will include facts and statistics on export and domestic outlets for this produce plus information on the future direction on new and emerging technologies, their suitability and adoption. He will advise on the programs, systems and processes that the State of Victoria has in position to assist.
Wed 15, Aug 2018
12pm - 1pm
As part of National Science Week, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture Soil Scientist Dr Marcus Hardie will host a webinar exploring the future of digital agriculture.
Thu 26, Jul 2018
The UWA Institute of Agriculture Industry Forum 2018 is on ‘Disruptive technologies: a new revolution in agriculture’ – head along for a lively discussion on how the agriculture industry is adopting technology.
Thu 12, Jul 2018
‘Seeds of Science - why we got it so wrong on GMOs’ is the talk Mark Lynas, world renowned author and environmental activist will give at the Queensland Rural Press Club this Thursday (12th July).
Thu 05, Jul 2018
6:30pm - 8:30pm
An Ag Professionals event is planned as a mid-semester function for current and prospective students and early career members. Student membership consists of students from Charles Sturt University, University of New England, La Trobe University, Monash University and The University of Melbourne, with their residential address being in Victoria. The purpose of the evening is to provide a venue where current, prospective students and early career members can mingle, exchange ideas and generally get to know each other. The function will be a casual evening providing the opportunity to network and share experiences with other members.
Tue 03, Jul 2018
12.00 PM - 1.30 PM
Venue, Elgin Inn Hotel, 75 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, 1st Floor. W: http://elgininn.com.au/ Please purchase your food and drink requirements downstairs then head upstairs. RSVP: Friday 29 June. Webinar available. Contact Bill Lewis: M 0417 146 800, Text or E email@example.com
Tue 05, Jun 2018
12.00 PM till 1.30 PM
Victoria Division Lunch Meeting - Tuesday 5 June 18
Beef Cattle Twinning
Please join the AIA VIC Division Lunch.
Tue 05, Jun 2018
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Tracking technology and its potential for improving bee health and crop pollination.
Please join the Ag Institute of Australia (AIA) Tasmania Division for this event.
Wed 30, May 2018
The AIA NSW Division will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Horticulture Innovation Australia on Wednesday 30 May 2018 at 4:30pm, followed by a forum on the NSW Farmers discussion paper: The Future of Electricity in Regional NSW.
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