Partners in Grain believes that greater success can often be achieved when we work together rather than in isolation and has achieved many of its successes when it had worked in partnership with industry, either at a local, state or national level.

Partners in Grain is always looking to work with organisations with who we share common goals and values. Partners in Grain can provide your organisation with a partnership schedule which provides more information and we are always happy to develop a specific partnership arrangement with your organisation for a specific project.

Some ways that Partners in Grain can work with your organisation:

  • PartneringNational or state partnerships to assist with sponsorship of our overall program
  • Workshops/ activity partnership are sought to fund regional activities, these will vary from state to state as the need is determined by the individual state reference group members.
  • Industry workshops in regional areas can be coordinated by the state reference group for you. By tapping into our local knowledge and networks we can ensure your workshops are a success by assisting with venues, catering and local advertising.


Partnering with GRDC

In 2013 PinG began a national partnership with GRDC with a project called “Managing the Grain Growing Business”.

This project saw 4 new workshops developed and delivered for Australian grain growers. In total there were 31 workshops delivered across the country.

Following on from this, in July 2104 PinG started a new two-year project with GRDC. It will enable PinG to deliver 48 workshops (developed as part of the original project) at reduced rates across the grain growing regions of Australia.

14/15 – 26 workshops (8 north, 11 south, 7 west)

15/16 – 22 workshops (7 north, 10 south, 5 west)

A part of the project is to complete an evaluation report to measure change in people’s practices as a result of attending a workshop. This will build on the pre and post evaluation forms that participants fill out at the workshops. The evaluation will also identify topics for additional workshops.


To discuss the national partnering opportunities with Partners in Grain contact National Coordinator, Kim Blenkiron.