© Copyright The Marron Growers Association of WA  2017
Working Hard for Western Australian Marron Growers

The Marron Growers Association of WA

Principles:

The principal objects of the Association are: To unite all persons in growing marron for their common benefit To collect and record information and facts relating to the breeding of marron; To advertise and publicise such facts as it may from time to time in the opinion of the Committee be beneficial to the interests of the members to do so. To fulfil these and other objects the Association has been instrumental in initiating various legislation changes which have allowed the number of aquaculture licences for marron farming to grow from about 30 in 1994 to in excess of 250 today. The Association holds Field Days for members and non members (fee for non members payable on the day to cover refreshments), along with workshops and seminars on various aspects of growing marron. It also publishes the Marron Growers Bulletin twice per year.

The Committee: 2017-18

President - Steve Vidovich   Vice President  - Greg Craig   Treasurer  - Richard Hughes   Secretary  - Kathy Dawson   Committee  - Dave Evans Committee  - David Dixon Committee  - John Guest Committee  - Bo Svenson Committee  - Craig Bartle Committee  - Adam Purdy Bulletin Editor - Kathy Dawson Website Enquiries - David Dixon
A copy of the constitution is available for download as a PDF or on application to the Secretary.

Marron Growers Association Constitution

© Copyright The Marron Growers Association of WA 2016
Working Hard for Western Australian Marron Growers

The Marron

Growers

Association of WA

Principles:

The principal objects of the Association are: To unite all persons in growing marron for their common benefit To collect and record information and facts relating to the breeding of marron; To advertise and publicise such facts as it may from time to time in the opinion of the Committee be beneficial to the interests of the members to do so. To fulfil these and other objects the Association has been instrumental in initiating various legislation changes which have allowed the number of aquaculture licences for marron farming to grow from about 30 in 1994 to in excess of 250 today. The Association holds Field Days for members and non members (fee for non members payable on the day to cover refreshments), along with workshops and seminars on various aspects of growing marron. It also publishes the Marron Growers Bulletin twice per year.

The Committee: 2017-18

President - Steve Vidovich   Vice President  - Greg Craig   Treasurer  - Richard Hughes   Secretary  - Kathy Dawson   Committee  - Dave Evans Committee  - David Dixon Committee  - John Guest Committee  - Bo Svenson Committee  - Craig Bartle Committee  - Adam Purdy Bulletin Editor - Kathy Dawson Website Enquiries - David Dixon
A copy of the constitution is available for download as a PDF or on application to the Secretary.