GROW Gippsland is a collaborative programme with business, government, community organisations and individuals working together to build a stronger local economy. Food & Fibre Gippsland is part of the Grow Gippsland Compact and we are committed to adding value to the Gippsland region.
Since 2015, a group of like-minded economic development practitioners from USA, South Australia, Queensland and Victoria have been collaborating to bring together cultural, food, tourism and export opportunities together under the banner of Chef Outta Water – a not for profit organisation.
Gippsland food and fibre businesses are invited to join the 2019 KPMG Agri-Food Traction Tour to The Netherlands and Benelux. The tour will be focussing on leading edge Agri-Food Tech, Internet of Things and circular economy initiatives.
Following the success of the KPMG Agri-Food Traction Tour last year, Gippsland food and fibre businesses are invited to join the 2019 program which will be focussing on leading edge Agri-Food Tech, Internet of Things and circular economy initiatives in The Netherlands and Benelux.
Innovative primary producers are invited to attend a free half-day Farmers2Founders workshop on Wednesday, 22 May at Federation University in Churchill. The workshops form part of a world-first entrepreneurship development program designed to help producers build entrepreneurial and technological skills via tools, resources, coaching and support so they can participate directly in bringing new agtech, foodtech, and food ventures to market.
As part of our official launch on Friday at Farm World, Food & Fibre Gippsland collaborated with the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre to bring CEO, Dr Steve Lapidge to Lardner Park to present a series of interactive forums. The forums were well attended, with participants both enthused and inspired by the information, insights, tips and processes that Dr Lapidge was able to share with the audience...