One of the Guild's key objectives is to have agriculture recognised for the major role it plays in New Zealand's export-oriented economy.
For over 60 years, our members have brought this country's innovative and sustainable methods of food and fibre production for domestic and export markets to the attention of urban and rural New Zealanders alike. Within the Guild there is expertise in everything from animal behaviour to wine.
If you work in agricultural communication, Join Us.
If you want to communicate with the rural sector, Contact Us.
We're hosting a series of lunchtime Zoom sessions with experts across our field. Join our mailing list to get your invites to our upcoming professional development sessions. Our next session is on Thursday 29 April with Ant Roberts and Mike Manning from Ravensdown on optimising production and maximising efficiency of nutrient use. Details are here.
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Nominations close on Friday 14 May.
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Nominations for Ravensdown Agricultural Communicator of the Year close on Friday 14 May. This prestigious award recognises and honours people or groups who have made major contributions to the agricultural sector by communicating relevant and important information to the sector or about the sector. Posted: 15-Apr-2021 Click here
NZ Guild of Agricultural Journalists and Communicators hosts a series of sessions with experts across our field. Join us on Thursday 29 April to hear from Ravensdown's Chief Scientific Officer and GM of Innovation ＆ Strategy about latest innovations and emerging practice. Posted: 13-Apr-2021 Click here
NZ Guild of Agricultural Journalists and Communicators is hosting a series of sessions with experts across our field. Starting on Thursday 15 April, our first session is with Alison Stewart, CEO of the Foundation for Arable Research on Everything you need to know about the arable sector in one easy lesson! Posted: 08-Apr-2021 Click here