The Grassland Society of Southern Australia Inc. provides a forum for the transfer of information, ideas and experiences in relation to all aspects of grassland establishment, maintenance, utilisation, persistence and research.

The Society was formed in 1959 with a membership of 250 by the close of the year. Since those early days, the membership has grown to around 500 with eight branches. Central administrative functions are provided to the central committee and branches by a paid Secretary.

The objectives of the Society are;

  • to provide an opportunity to meet and exchange information, ideas and experiences relating to all aspects of grassland farming,
  • to encourage the investigation of problems related to grassland farming and foster the adoption of advances resulting from research, experimental work and practical experience, and
  • to provide an annual travel grant, available to members to further the development of grassland farming through travel and study programs.

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GSSA 2016 Annual Conference

Date:
31 August 2016 - 01 September 2016
Time:
9.00am - 3.30pm

The 57th GSSA Annual Conference will be held at the Hamilton Showgrounds, Hamilton, Victoria from Wednesday 31 August – Thursday 1 September 2016. The theme for the conference is “Ready, Set, Grow!”. Topics will include soils, pasture systems, risk management and economics plus a session on new technologies.

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2016 Annual Conference

01 July 2016

The 2016 GSSA Annual Conference is on Wednesday 31 August and Thursday 1 September, at the Hamilton Showground, Hamilton, Victoria. Registrations are now open.

New GSSA website

27 May 2016

We are excited to launch the new GSSA website. Lots of new features, including online event registration, online joining, and a members area containing back issues of GSSA newsletters.