© Copyright The Marron Growers Association of WA 2018

Welcome

To the Marron Growers Association of WA

The association works to represent, inform, support and assist marron growers and those looking to set up commercial marron growing on whatever scale. We work closely with state and federal government departments to represent the views of our members and provide a forum for discussion that serves the best interests of the industry as a whole and the environments in which we operate. This website brings together a wealth of experience drawn from our members to provide a focal point for our educational efforts to assist new growers start up in the industry and existing growers to improve their production through research and shared experience. Please take the time to look through the information on offer on this site and do not hesitate to contact us through the site with your comments, suggestions and contributions to help us make this a resource for all marron growers. Why not join the Association today and help us shape our industry for the future

Marron Aquaculture in

Western Australia - A

Manual for Growers

The Marron Aquaculture in Western Australia - A Growers Manual is an extensive practical guide for anyone who is starting up or investing in a marron farm in Western Australia, and for existing marron growers who wish to expand their productivity. Much of the book will also be of interest to anyone who wishes to know more about marron in general , or is passionate about marron as a gourmet food.
It provides specific, useful and practical information for successfully growing marron in WA. The book finishes with a selection of marron recipes. The authors include successful marron farmers, marron researchers and a marron wholesaler

A Wealth of Information

Written by Ravi Fotedar, Bruce Philips, Ron Robertson, Steve Vidovich and Sue Harris, this book is a must for all serious marron growers. It contains a wealth of informative articles, graphs, tables and photographs.
The book is available to order from this website by electronic funds transfer or cheque or direct from the Association. Whether you are a hobby farmer, large marron producer, government department or just have an interest in marron you’ll find this book essential reading. You can view extracts from the book including photographs and text on the growers manual page, just follow this link..
Working Hard for Western Australian Marron Growers

News from The Marron Growers Association of Western Australia

On Saturday 10th Nov 2018 the Marron Growers Association held its AGM at the Nannup Recreational centre. A good turnout of members and visitors arrived on the day to listen to guest speakers present their ideas and views on how the industry can improve. One speaker on the day Jordan Parker presented his vision on how to improve returns for current growers through the implementation of a new business called "Aquafarms". Below are some slides from his presentation on the day – if you would like to find out more please contact the MGA or ensure you attend the next field day which is planned in Q2 of 2019 (Watch the News and Events TAB).

Advertise with us & reach all our members in print & on-line!

Visit the Classified section for members sales, services & suppliers

Contact secretary@marrongrowers.org if you would like to advertise on the website or in the Bulletin.

From Our Nannup AGM on 10th November 2018

Next Marron Growers Meeting:
TBC - visit the News & Events section.
© Copyright The Marron Growers Association of WA 2016

Welcome

To the Marron Growers Association of WA

The association works to represent, inform, support and assist marron growers and those looking to set up commercial marron growing on whatever scale. We work closely with state and federal government departments to represent the views of our members and provide a forum for discussion that serves the best interests of the industry as a whole and the environments in which we operate. This website brings together a wealth of experience drawn from our members to provide a focal point for our educational efforts to assist new growers start up in the industry and existing growers to improve their production through research and shared experience. Please take the time to look through the information on offer on this site and do not hesitate to contact us through the site with your comments, suggestions and contributions to help us make this a resource for all marron growers. Why not join the Association today and help us shape our industry for the future

Marron Aquaculture in Western Australia - A

Manual for Growers

The Marron Aquaculture in Western Australia - A Growers Manual is an extensive practical guide for anyone who is starting up or investing in a marron farm in Western Australia, and for existing marron growers who wish to expand their productivity. Much of the book will also be of interest to anyone who wishes to know more about marron in general , or is passionate about marron as a gourmet food.
It provides specific, useful and practical information for successfully growing marron in WA. The book finishes with a selection of marron recipes. The authors include successful marron farmers, marron researchers and a marron wholesaler

A Wealth of Information

Written by Ravi Fotedar, Bruce Philips, Ron Robertson, Steve Vidovich and Sue Harris, this book is a must for all serious marron growers. It contains a wealth of informative articles, graphs, tables and photographs.
The book is available to order from this website by electronic funds transfer or cheque or direct from the Association. Whether you are a hobby farmer, large marron producer, government department or just have an interest in marron you’ll find this book essential reading. You can view extracts from the book including photographs and text on the growers manual page, just follow this link..
Working Hard for Western Australian Marron Growers

News from The Marron Growers Association of

Western Australia

On Saturday 10th Nov 2018 the Marron Growers Association held its AGM at the Nannup Recreational centre. A good turnout of members and visitors arrived on the day to listen to guest speakers present their ideas and views on how the industry can improve. One speaker on the day Jordan Parker presented his vision on how to improve returns for current growers through the implementation of a new business called "Aquafarms". Below are some slides from his presentation on the day – if you would like to find out more please contact the MGA or ensure you attend the next field day which is planned in Q2 of 2019 (Watch the News and Events TAB).

Advertise with us & reach all our members in

print & on-line!

Visit the Classified section for members sales,

services & suppliers

Contact secretary@marrongrowers.org if you would like to advertise on the website or in the Bulletin.
Next Marron Growers Meeting:
TBC - visit the News & Events section.

From Our Nannup AGM on

10th November 2018