Farmsafe Australia is looking to tackle distressing trends and is pleading with communities to take greater responsibility in promoting safety issues in all rural areas, ahead of Farm Safety Week.
Farmers across Australia are being urged to participate in the Agricultural Census to provide an accurate and timely picture of the nation’s agricultural activity.
Farmsafe Australia's recently launched campaign, 'Farming Not Harming', aims to remind farmers of the roles they play in crafting safe working environments on their farms, including becoming mentors, teachers and supporters to mitigate psychosocial risks on farms.
AOL has provided comment to Hort Connections highlighting the need for R&D programs to become accessible to organic growers.
The Australian Government is providing $85 million to fund ten years of critical natural hazards research through the establishment of Natural Hazards Research Australia (NHRA).
The Australian Government has launched a new national website that will help the public easily find answers to their biosecurity questions.
The Australian Government continues to back farmers in hardship by passing legislation that waives the majority of Farm Household Allowance debts caused when incorrectly estimating business income.
The Australian Government has today opened applications for up to $1.6 million in grants for activities that improve farm safety outcomes across Australia.
A detection of exotic khapra beetle in imported flat cardboard packaging was quickly reported by biosecurity trained staff at an Australian Biosecurity registered warehouse in WA last week.