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.
Let us know if you can make it to the 2023 Ravensdown Agricultural Communicator of the Year. The event takes place from 4:30pm-6:30pm on Wednesday 14 June at the Ravensdown Tent at Fieldays. RSVP here.
Guild subs are now due and a big thank you to those who have paid. If you haven't received an invoice please email Jan Loney - Guild Treasurer or check your spam folder for your invoice.
There are a load of benefits to being a member of the Guild. If you work in agricultural communication or you're a journalist join us today!
Farmers Weekly editor Bryan Gibson was last night announced as the 36th winner of the Ravensdown Agricultural Communicator of the Year award. Posted: 01-Dec-2022 Click here
Freelance journalist Kate Evans, writing for New Zealand Geographic, took out this year’s top award in the New Zealand Guild of Agricultural Journalists and Communicators’ annual journalism awards for two stories focusing on southern bluefin tuna fishing. Posted: 01-Oct-2022 Click here
Congratulations to Hugh Stringleman MNZM on being recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to agricultural journalism. Hugh’s breadth of knowledge and depth of understanding about New Zealand agriculture sector is extraordinary. Well deserved! Posted: 06-Jun-2022 Click here
There are a load of benefits to being a member of the Guild. If you've not received your invoice yet please check your spam folder. Posted: 25-Apr-2022 Click here