The Australian Government have delivered a new nationally focused, whole-of-sector approach to agricultural innovation that will increase impact on-farm and along the supply chain, and deliver value for the Australian community.
Entrepreneurs, scientists, bee keepers and university students will be putting their creative marketing and problem solving skills forward at the 2020 Honey Bee Hackathon.
FAO unveiled its new Green Cities Initiative and Action Plan to help transform agri-food systems, end hunger and improve nutrition in and around the cities in a post COVID-19 era. The launch took place at a high-level virtual event entitled “Green Cities to Build Back…
Raising awareness of the devastation to seagrass in the Shark Bay area from the 2011 heatwave and conservation efforts by scientists from The University of Western Australia and Malgana Rangers will be the focus of next month’s (October 2020) Wirriya Jalyanu (seagrass) Festival.
Future threats to our health and food security are likely from existing and emerging pests and diseases. Whilst we need our quarantine systems to be vigilant, we can do more with even more aid for ‘One Health’ initiatives, maintaining animal, plant, environmental and human health.
A project driven by a southern Queensland sugarcane growers’ organisation has developed a framework to guide the future of farm advisory services and workers.