Horticulture Professional associations in Australasia

  • Vegetable Growers’ Association of Victoria Inc.

    Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria, the voice of all vegetable growers in Victoria, from small crop specialists to general agrowers and large producers. Growing vegetables on a commercial scale requires a large investment in people, land, water and equipment. AND there is always a very ...

    based in West Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.

  • Ecological Agriculture Australia Association

    The EAAA performs a function not met by other farmer entities. Its base line reflects an ecological approach to food and fibre production. We are not organic although we align with the organic sentiment. The organic movement disallows chemicals no matter what. The EAAA offers a transitional ...

    based in New South Wales, AUSTRALIA.

  • Australian Almond Growers` Association (AAGA)

    Initially established in 1985 as the Australian Almond Growers` Association (AAGA), the association was restructured and renamed in 2002 as the Almond Board of Australia (ABA), reflecting a broadened charter and membership base. As the Australian almond industry’s peak industry body, the ABA ...

    based in LOXTON, AUSTRALIA.

  • Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL)

    Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL) is a not-for-profit, industry-owned company. It works in partnership with Australia’s horticulture industries to invest in research, development and marketing programs that provide benefit to industry and the wider community. HAL invests around $100 million ...

    based in Sydney, AUSTRALIA.

  • Canterbury Horticultural Society (CHS)

    Canterbury Horticultural Society (CHS) began with the colonisation of Canterbury in the 1850’s. It was originally called the Christchurch Agricultural, Botanical and Horticultural Society. In 1861 the group split and the Horticultural arm became the Christchurch Horticultural Society. This changed ...

    based in Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND.

  • Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA)

    The EUAA is a non-profit organisation funded by membership fees, internally generated revenue and some external funds. It is focused entirely on energy issues. The EUAA is involved in greenhouse and other environmental issues, as these areas are important in shaping the future of energy use.

    based in Box Hill, AUSTRALIA.

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