AWI grower networks
AWI's grower networks are fundamental to the spread of new ideas, continuing education and the adoption of best practice.
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As a naturally produced, biodegradable and renewable fibre, wool is well placed to take advantage of the emerging "green" trend for textiles.
AWI invests in sustainable pasture systems research and extension to underpin sheep productivity and well being, enterprise profitability and the health of the natural resource.
Nutrient management is one of the few farm practices woolgrowers can control to enhance their enterprise profitability.
AWI funds research into whole farm systems to develop new knowledge, tools and practices for woolgrowers wanting to improve the profitability, productivity and sustainability.
AWI invests in research into the eco-credentials of wool along the whole wool supply chain from wool growing to manufacturing and final consumption, to make wool the fibre of choice.
Regenerative agriculture is a system of land management principles and practices that increase biodiversity, enrich soils, improve watersheds and enhance ecosystem services.
AWI is working to provide woolgrowers with practical tools and tactics to manage climate variability while maintaining productivity.
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.