Addressing the Agriculture, Energy, Water, Climate Change Nexus

12-13 August 2019, Canberra

Conference Sponsors

The Crawford Fund annual conference is made possible through the generous support of our conference sponsors.

After almost 30 years, our conference provides a special opportunity to maintain existing links and nurture new ones with the national and international community involved in food and nutrition security policy and research. It is also a high profile opportunity to demonstrate involvement in, and ongoing commitment and support to food security related issues of interest and benefit to developing countries and to Australian rural industries.

With a variety of sponsorship levels, you are able to profile your work and your support for agriculture for development at Australia’s key food security event. Our conference has a wide variety of audiences across sectors with an interest in agricultural research, development, policy and innovation.

If you would like more details on how you can support and have a presence at Australia’s key food and nutrition security event, more details are here, including opportunities to be a part of our Conference Scholar program – a unique learning, networking and mentoring opportunity for young students and scientists with a genuine interest in international agricultural research and development.

To discuss the opportunities available, please contact Cathy Reade, Director of Outreach and Conference Director email: [email protected] or call on 0413575934.

We would like to offer our sincere thanks to the following supporters of this year’s conference:

Scholar Supporters

In addition to the 30 conference scholars supported by our State and Territory Committees, we wish to thank the following institutions and individuals who have supported or made donations towards an additional 21 conference scholars this year:

Central Queensland University
Curtin University
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland
Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, Victoria
Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Tasmania
Gardiner Foundation
Graham Centre, Charles Sturt University
Higgins, Dr TJ 
Emeritus Prof Mal Nairn
Melbourne University Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
Plant Health Australia
The Centre for Horticultural Science, QAAFI
Scott-Orr, Dr Helen
Sohraab Singh
Southern Cross University
Sunshine Coast University
University of New England
University of Queensland School of Agriculture and Food Sciences