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MEDIA RELEASE: Monday 6th May 2019 2019 Grassland Conference Earlybird Tickets On Sale NOW The biennial two day Conference will be held on 3 – 4 July 2019 in Gunnedah, NSW.The theme of the 2019 Conference is “Renewed focus on … Continue reading
The Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference are now available online. Members only so you will need to login to view any of the documents. If you need assistance with logging in, please contact us here.
Registrations are now open for the Grassland Society of NSW 29th Annual Conference – MAKING PASTURES PAY 14–16 July 2015, Goulburn Soldiers Club Click here to download the Flyer and Registration Form Costs are listed on the Registration Form – full … Continue reading
Please download the 2014 Conference Flyer and Registration Form here. For further information or enquires on the conference please contact the conference convenor Carol Harris by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0458 206 973 or the Grassland Society of NSW Secretary by email: … Continue reading
The NSW Hay and Silage Feed Quality Awards are also back in 2014. Conditions of entry and an entry form can be found within the Vol29_No1 Newsletter on pages 12 and 13 as well as at the link below. The aim of … Continue reading
Just a very quick heads-up that this year’s conference will be held at Inverell on the 22-24 July. More details will be posted as they come to hand on the Conference Information page.
11 June 2013 Dear Members This note is to keep you up to date with several developments in the Society relating to the remainder of this year. 1. The annual subscription will rise from $50.00 to $60.00 as from … Continue reading
Register today for your earlybird discount for the upcoming ISG conference – more info at www.igc2013.com or click here to download the flyer.
Just to help out those who are planning to attend this year’s conference at Wagga, please see the following resources below: Wagga Wagga Local Information Wagga’s population is estimated at 62,871 people. Wagga is accessible from Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney … Continue reading