Nominations now open for representation on GIWA’s five commodity Councils
In late 2021, GIWA conducted a formal nomination and election process for the GIWA Commodity Councils (refer downloadable Procedure). GIWA has five commodity Councils made up of many dedicated volunteers from the whole of the grain supply chain. More details on the Councils can be found below.
The GIWA Barley Council runs two or three public forums each year for the Western Australian barley value chain to discuss latest developments in consumer preferences, marketing, malting, breeding, research, agronomy & extension, variety rationalisation, variety accreditation, standards and MRLs.
To represent the Western Australian Oat industry in the area of plant breeding, agronomic development, production, handling and processing of oat varieties in order to promote and safeguard the industries long term interests.
Represents the Western Australian oilseeds industry in the area of agronomic development, production, handling, processing and marketing of oilseeds in order to promote and safeguard the industry’s long term interests.
The purpose of the GIWA Pulse Council is to represent the WA Pulse industry.
The grower, industry and research members of the GIWA Wheat Council provide industry good services to the export oriented Western Australian wheat industry by addressing value chain issues