Ensuring agriculture business continuity during the COVID-19 second wave

Join Organic Schools The NFF has submitted an Essential Services List to the Prime Minister, Premiers and Chief Ministers to ensure agriculture business continuity and consistency in supply of food and fibre during the second wave of COVID-19.

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In a fundamental step towards reducing red tape within the valuable Australian organic sector, Federal Minister for Agriculture, David Littleproud has requested the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment appoint an Organics Industry Advisory Group to investigate the creation of a nationwide regulatory framework for the production and sale of organic products.

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Friday’s Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) trade update provides clarity on the next steps for Export into Great Britain as the exit date looms and transition period from the European Union ends 31 December 2020.

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The latest information about preparing your family and property for bushfire season, the latest bushfire updates and warnings, and state-based support and information.

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Australian Organic Limited (AOL) has today taken part in a teleconference, hosted by DAWE, focusing on the achievements and challenges related to export market access for organic producers.

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Australian Organic Limited has expressed its support of the McLaren Vale winemakers seeking to appeal the South Australian Government’s decision to reject 10 local council applications to maintain status as non-genetically modified (GM) crop areas.

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