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Australian Organic is the leading peak body for the organic industry, a member owned not-for-profit organisation protecting and promoting the future of the Australian organic industry.

LatestIndustry News & Updates

Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud said Australian Organic Ltd will use its recently launched online platform to provide free resources and information to certified organic operators interested in exporting.
Australian Organic Limited has joined six certification programmes to form the Trusted Labels Group (TLG).
Minister for Agriculture, David Littleproud, congratulated graduates of the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) 2020 Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program and recognised the outstanding contributions of women in rural Australia.
As we celebrate International Day of Rural Women, Megan Woodward speaks to two female leaders in the organic sector, Monika Fiebig and Melinee Leather. about their joint passion for organic farming.
Australian Organic Limited is delighted to announce that Chief Executive Officer Niki Ford has graduated from the NFF Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program alongside 12 women with skills and experience in the agricultural industry.
Yesterday’s Federal Budget announcement includes significant spending in areas which may be relevant to Australian Organic Limited’s valued members.
Communities from the Torres Strait to the Gold Coast will benefit from an almost $9.6 million investment in projects to improve local disaster resilience and risk reduction.
A $15 million project led by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is expected to boost national capacity for the early and accurate detection of exotic plant pests.
Five Queensland council areas heavily impacted by last year’s bushfires will share in more than $6 million to deliver a range of locally developed projects that will contribute to economic and social recovery, and create local jobs.
The Liberal Nationals Government is investing in organisations, farmer groups and individuals with innovative ideas to build drought resilience through improved Natural Resource Management (NRM) with grants of up to $200,000.

The future of the organic industry is our priority

Learn more about Australian Organic’s number one objective for 2020 – mandatory organic domestic regulation.