February 4, 2008
A new Memorandum of Understanding
(MOU) promises a strong partnership between
AUSVEG and the
Australian Hydroponic and
Greenhouse Association (AHGA).
AUSVEG Chairman Michael Badcock and the AHGA President Graeme
Smith conducted the signing ceremony in front of the AUSVEG
Board of Directors in Melbourne on Wednesday 30 January.
This agreement will allow both organisations to further enhance
their mutual understanding and relationship, as well as increase
communication to growers.
“The AHGA is a strong supporter of industry development and
encourages the promotion and facilitation of key relationships”,
The partnership between AUSVEG and the AHGA will enable both
organisations to work more closely together to deliver improved
benefits for growers.
“This is a major step forward for the industry in improving
collaboration and increasing the positive profile for the
vegetable industry and the business environment for growers”,
Working together is one of the key objectives of the vegetable
industry strategic plan, VegVision 2020 which encourages the
Australian vegetable industry to work as a whole.
AUSVEG looks forward to forming similar working relationships
with like-minded organisations for the future cultivation of the
AUSVEG is the national peak industry body representing the
interests of Australian vegetable and potato growers and is
committed to securing the industry’s future.
The AHGA is the peak industry body representing commercial
hydroponic and greenhouse growers Australia wide.