GIWA welcomes all those with an interest in the grain industry to become a member. There are six different membership categories available:
- Large Corporate (over 50 FTE*)
- Medium Corporate (11-50 FTE)
- Small Corporate (5-19 FTE)
- Individual Member
- Associate Member**
*Full-time equivalent staff.
**Associate and retired / student members receive information and are welcome to attend events at member discounted prices. Members in these categories have no voting rights or eligibility to sit on Councils, however, may attend Council meetings and executive meetings as observers by invitation only.
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Established in 2008, the Grain Industry Association of Western Australia Inc (GIWA) is a not-for-profit, incorporated, whole of value chain member industry association. Its’ purpose is to support an effective and efficient Western Australian grain industry.
GIWA facilitates communication, information exchange, capacity building and grain supply chain solutions for Western Australia.
GIWA’s members include researchers, plant breeders, seed cleaners and distributors, growers, grower groups, agronomists, farm business advisors, input service providers, domestic feed and food grain processors, bulk and container logistics service providers, and the trade.
GIWA has five Councils; GIWA Barley Council, GIWA Oat Council, GIWA Oilseeds Council, GIWA Pulse Council and GIWA Wheat Council.
A GIWA Membership will keep you informed and enable you to become more involved in the WA grains industry. GIWA continues to represent the full range of interests of those working within the WA supply chain. Some key benefits of GIWA Membership include:
- Access to monthly WA Crop Reports and relevant industry information
- Invitations to industry related government and trade meetings
- Invitations to GIWA organised events and networking opportunities
- Ability to contribute to development of the WA grains industry through participation in GIWA Council activities & work groups
- Stay up-to-date on WA grain standards