Where we invest
Our investments in on-farm and off-farm R&D and marketing initiatives.
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AWI builds industry confidence and unity of purpose through effective communications and collaboration, and by supporting skills training, networking and leadership initiatives.
AWI's grower networks are fundamental to the spread of new ideas, continuing education and the adoption of best practice.
AWI offers a series of tertiary scholarships and awards to support the creation of new knowledge and practises, personal growth and leadership skills in the wool industry.
Workshops are available to help woolgrowers identify key practical actions to implement on-farm to achieve improved productivity for their enterprise.
View the details of wool industry events near you.
AWI has developed new educational resources in stockmanship and Merino visual classing to help build the skills of young people interested in the Australian wool industry.
The Making More From Sheep program - a joint initiative of AWI and MLA - is a best practice package of information and tools for sheep producers supported by a range of events and workshops.
The National Wool Research, Development and Extension Strategy defines the priority objectives for the wool industry in the long-term and the delivery methods to achieve those objectives.
The Cicerone project is an important legacy from a successful collaboration between producers, researchers and extension specialists. The focus of the project was on exploring profitable and sustainable grazing enterprises through producer-led research, extension and adoption.