For over 100 years, Nufarm has been an important partner to growers and industry in Agriculture.
Throughout this time, we have supported initiatives that matter to our customers and staff, with a significant footprint of positive contribution.
From supporting the heart of local communities such as the Gatton Rugby Club in Queensland, through to National suicide prevention initiatives like ‘Are you bogged mate?’, collectively, our business contributes to projects, partners and industry bodies each year, and we’re proud of this investment.
Nufarm’s culture is anchored on safety and this includes wellbeing.
Our commitment to health and wellbeing was recently recognised in the awarding of the AFR Boss’ Best Place to Work in Agriculture, Mining and Utilities in April 2022.
In addition to initiatives internally, as Australian Through & Through, Nufarm’s team members live and participate in regional communities and understand the issues of connectivity, remoteness, physical and mental health and the importance of community. That’s why we’re committed to ensuring these communities thrive.
Through partnerships with GPA which includes their initiative Farmer Mates Mental Health project, Active Farmers, “Are you Bogged, Mate?”, Western AG Supporting Communities and other National initiatives, as well regional and local sponsorships through our teams, Nufarm seeks to facilitate positive impact in the communities in which we live and operate in.
And as a leader in our industry, we are partners with important industry bodies such as the National Farmer’s Federation (NFF) and CropLife. These partnerships facilitate stewardship, advocacy and awareness about Nufarm’s role in securing local crop protection inputs for growers, as well as responsible and sustainable usage.