Those interested in keeping up with the department’s news and activities have until 5:00pm Monday 30 September to provide feedback on how the department communicates with regional audiences.
Redevelopment of the Berrimah Farm site is underway and northern Australia will soon benefit from the new Berrimah Farm Science Precinct.
The marine ranger team recently travelled out to Wadeye, 400km South West of Darwin, to work with the Thamarrurr Rangers.
Congratulations to Department of Primary Industry and Resources employee, Zoe Malone on reaching the national final of the 2019 AgriFuturesTM Rural Women’s Award.
Cotton research and cultivation has a long history in the Northern Territory (NT), with early research dating from the late 1800s on the botanic gardens at Palmerston. 2019 has seen the return of cotton to the NT with trial crops grown on both commercial farms and Department of Primary Industry and Resources research farms.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources’ (DPIR) partnership with the Northern Territory Farmers Association (NTFA) allows industry stakeholders access to valuable information and resources.
Three Department of Primary Industry and Resources staff members recently travelled to Canberra for this year’s Crawford Fund Annual Conference.
One of our own has taken out the Young Achiever Award at last night’s Northern Territory Seafood Industry Awards.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) hosted Bruce Maynard, a passionate farmer and co-developer of the Maynard and Revell self herding and self shepherding management practice, in Alice Springs from Monday 29 July – Friday 2 August.
The Legislative Assembly has passed the Hemp Industry Bill, which will see the development of an NT hemp sector.