Vol 11 Issue 1 - Winter 2011
Almond Board of Australia Inc.
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9 William Street, PO Box 2246 Berri South Australia 5343
Support for campaign to eradicate Asian bee
Meeting the challenges of global food secu- rity: Implications for horticulture
Board Members Brendan Sidhu Chairman & Grower Representative - Riverland
Australian Almond Driver Program
Neale Bennett Deputy Chair & Grower Representative - Sunraysia Domenic Cavallaro Grower Representative - Adelaide Tony Spiers Grower Representative - Riverland Denis Dinicola Grower Representative - Riverina
Tim Orr Grower Representative - Sunraysia
Grower Profile - Geoff Ablett
Grant Birrell Marketing Representative Tim Millen Marketing Representative Brenton Woolston Marketing Representative
Australian Almond Conference 2011
ANIC News Phil Watters Award - Nominations Sought
In The Orchard
Circulation: With a circulation of more than 400 and readership of over 1300 the ‘In A Nutshell’ newsletter is available to the general public and interested parties via the Almond Board of Australian website www.australianalmonds.com.au, and high quality printed copies distributed to: Almond Board of Australia members, industry contacts within Australia and overseas, nut producing, distributing and marketing companies.
'Bee force' set up to stop dangerous threat
R&D Roundup - Almond Harvest Systems Review
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In a Nutshell The Almond Board of Australia is the peak industry body representing the interest of almond growers, processors and marketers in Australia in matters of national importance including regulation, legislation, marketing research and development. In a Nutshell is published quarterly by the ABA in to bring news to all industry contacts and members. Membership The Almond Board of Australia offers membership to growers, processors, marketers and interested parties. Please contact the Almond Board of Australia for current membership fees and inclusions.
Membership - Why Become a Member?
of the Almond Board of Australia and unless otherwise specified, no products and/or services are endorsed by this organisation. Editor Jo Ireland Communications Coordinator Almond Board of Australia 9 William Street, PO Box 2246 BERRI SA 5343
As a member you have a direct say about the future of the industry and direct access to our organisation. The ABA has undertaken industry-wide consultation to develop an Industry Strategic Plan which establishes funding priorities for the industry’s R&D and marketing programs. We aim to support our rapidly increasing industry by encouraging effective communication and co-operation between industry members. The ABA aims to keep members informed through a range of activities including: • Presentation of the Annual Almond Industry Conference. • Distribution of the ABA’s quarterly newsletter “In a Nutshell” • Regular field days and regional meetings • Technical articles and ABA news in the “Australian Nutgrower” Journal • Collection and distribution of industry statistics • Access to regularly updated information via the ABA website To join the ABA please visit our website and download a membership form, or contact our office on 08 8582 2055 or email email@example.com
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Some of these projects were facilitated by HAL in partnership with the Almond Board of Australia. They were funded by the R&D levy and/or voluntary contributions from industry. The Australian Government provides matched funding for all HAL’s R&D activities.
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