Media Releases and Events

Thank you to Bob Nixon and GIWA Board Appointments

Thank You Bob Nixon Outgoing GIWA Chair & Congratulations on your GRDC Board Appointment ..

GIWA Crop Report - October 2020

Cool Finish Mitigating Slide In Yield Potential View the full GIWA Crop Report for October 2020..

GIWA Annual Report available online

To view and download the GIWA Annual Report, please visit http://www.giwa.org.au/annual-report (..

GIWA AGM and GIWA Forum

The GIWA AGM and GIWA Forum was held on Wednesday, 7th October 2020 at Crown Towers Perth, Great Eas..

COGGO Research Fund  

The Council of Grain Grower Organisations Limited (COGGO) in Western Australia established the 'COGGO Research Fund' to invest in innovative research and development projects to the benefit of the Western Australian grains industry.

Projects can target any part of the WA grain supply chain which benefits WA grain growers. Funding for projects is in the range of $20,000 - $75,000 per annum over a project life of one or two years, commencing in 2021.

COGGO proudly advises that applications are open for research projects commencing in 2021, see Media Release below for more information - Stage 1 applications close 5pm Friday 17 July, 2020.

Media Release 2021 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open Media Release 2021 COGGO Research Fund Applications Open (151 KB)

COGGO Research Fund 2021 Expression of Interest Information and Application Form COGGO Research Fund 2021 Expression of Interest Information and Application Form (151 KB)

Details on past projects funded can be found on the COGGO website.

The COGGO Research Fund is financed through a voluntary levy collected from Western Australian grain growers who are members of COGGO with the cooperation of grain acquisition and marketing companies.  All WA grain growers are eligible to become members of COGGO. 

The Grain Industry Association of WA (GIWA) administers the COGGO Research Fund on behalf of COGGO. Further information is available by emailing coggoresearchfund@giwa.org.au or by phoning (08) 6262 2128.