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Chris Russell Medal of Excellence Event & Presentation

Wed 25, Mar 2020
Congratulations to Scott Nevison for winning this medal and representing NSW in the coming AG Institute National Student Event. more …

AIA Releases Policies on Animal Welfare, Sustainable Water Use

Wed 26, Feb 2020
The Advocacy & Policy Special Interest Group have released Policy Statements on Animal Welfare and the Sustainable Use of Water. more …

Two AIA Members Recognised as Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Wed 12, Feb 2020
Dr David Leece and Bob Hall recognised for their outstanding achievements and invaluable contribution to society. more …

Response to opinion piece on global population and food supply

Tue 17, Dec 2019
The impact of increasing population on food demand and the environmental impact of the larger agriculture needed to feed the world is now further complicated by the promised climate crisis. more …

Dr Richard George wins a WA Award of Excellence for 2019

Thu 12, Dec 2019
Dr Richard George has contributed 35 years of high quality service to agriculture and natural resource management. He is a worthy recipient of the WA Division's Award of Excellence. more …

Who's data is it anyway?

Tue 10, Dec 2019
The importance of ethics in agtech, particularly in the areas of data ownership, management of client’s data, and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for automation. more …

NSW Ethics Masterclass

Mon 18, Nov 2019
AIA NSW Ethics Masterclass

The Rising Tide of Ethics in Australian Agriculture more …

AIA Accreditation Scheme Gets Good Reception At Crop Consultants Seminar

Thu 11, Jul 2019
At the recent Crop Consultants Australia Seminar in Narrabri, AIA Chair Turlough Guerin was invited to present on the recent launch of the industry-first accreditation scheme, Chartered Agriculturalist (CAg).

View a copy of his presentation here: more …

CAg Applications Now Available Online

Thu 20, Jun 2019
The Chartered Agriculturalist (CAg) scheme online application system is now ready to take applications. AIA Members and non-members can apply. For AIA Members who do not have CPAg status, now is a good time to get your CPAg grading. If you are a professional member with CPAg status or you are an agricultural professional accredited under a related industry scheme, then you may be eligible for achieving the CAg grading. more …

Prestigious National Student Award goes to NSW Ag Scientist

Wed 01, May 2019
Stephanie MacKillop from NSW has taken out the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Student Award (NSA), one of the most prestigious honours for agricultural science students across the country. more …

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