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On 19 August 2020, the Hon Alannah MacTiernan MLC, Minister for Regional Development; Agriculture and Food

The Biosecurity Blitz?is an annual event that runs from 19 October - 16 November.

The School Challenge is a great opportunity for teachers and their students to take the class outside and undertake their own?biosecurity surveillance.

The $7 million Digital Farm Grants Program is providing funding for last-mile solutions for clusters of farming enterprises in agricultural and pastoral regions that lie outside the current or plan

All you have to do to contribute to the Biosecurity Blitz is download one of our reporting?apps and make reports of the organisms you discover.

There are two forms of footrot in sheep and goats: virulent and benign. They are caused by infection with different strains of the bacterium, Dichelobacter nodosus.

MyPestGuideTM?brings communities together in order to?create a?collaborative network?of people to report, map and learn about pests and other organisms.?

Not sure what to report for the Biosecurity Blitz? Want to dive a bit deeper and get stuck into some serious biosecurity surveillance?

As part of the annual Biosecurity Blitz, all participants receive a weekly newsletter with the best pest photos sent in by reporters.

In Western Australia, animals cannot be used or supplied for scientific purposes unless the use is in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act 2002 (the Act), Animal Welfare (Scientific Purp

Applications are now open for the current Value Add Investment Grants

The?Investment Ready: WA Agribusiness report?is part of the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's Asian Market Success project, a three year, $6 million project funded by the

The Investor Readiness Program is a Western Australian (WA) State Government initiative managed by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD).

Are you a Western Australian agrifood and fisheries business owners, leaders and entrepreneurs looking to maximise the value of your business and become investor ready?

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, in collaboration with BDO, hosted?a webinar series aimed at assisting businesses to become investor ready and ensure their capital rai

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s Investor Ready?Grant Program is a competitive?funding program that will provide financial support to Western Australia (WA)?agrifood

The State Government, through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD), is committed to attracting investment into Western Australia’s agribusiness, fisheries and food

The Value Add Investment Grants?is a $6.5 million state-wide program to support investment and expansion opportunities for the Western Australian food, beverage and value add processing industry.

To support Western Australian agriculture and food?businesses in their efforts to become investment ready, there?are a number of programs and funding opportunties available.

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's (DPIRD) Agribusiness, Food and Trade (AFT) area offers a number of funding initiatives to support Western Australian?agrifood busines

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