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WISA Inspiring Women Webinar Series 2022

In honour of International Women’s Day 2022, WISA organised a webinar series for the month of March. We dived into conversation with seven inspiring women from seafood and the broader agriculture community in Australia. We chatted all things seafood and women including taboo topics, we shared secrets of success (and failure), and what it is…

WISA AT SEAFOOD DIRECTIONS

Brisbane 13-15 September 2022 Seafood Directions is the premier seafood industry conference in Australia, hosted by Seafood Industry Australia. WISA is planning to have a big impact this year at the conference. We are providing lots of opportunities for WISA women. WISA SEAFOOD DIRECTIONS 2022 BURSARIES Supported by all of the State and Territory agencies,…

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Charity Creation

Australian Charity for those lost at sea PURPOSE AND SCOPE INFORMATION  This document has been produced by Women in Seafood Australasia (WISA) in order to define the purpose and scope of an Australian charity to provide financial assistance and support to commercial fishing families who have tragically lost a loved one at sea. BACKGROUND WISA…

WISA Annual AGM 2019

WISA Annual AGM 2019 Register your Attendance for the WISA 2019 Annual General Meeting DATE: 10am on Wednesday 9th October 2019. LOCATION: The National Australia Bank, NAB House, Level 34, 500 Bourke Street, Melbourne Victoria. The WISA Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled to be held at 10am on Wednesday 9th October 2019 at The National Australia Bank, NAB House,…

Power Up Breakfast October 2019

DATE: Friday 11th October TIME: 7.15AM -8.45AM LOCATION: Melbourne Convention Centre, MCEC Room 105 Come along and hear first-hand keynote speaker Anthony Hart detail his unique experiences with mental health and practical solutions. WISA is eager to continue to support industry and its work with mental health alongside the success of Project Regard. The second…

WISA Feature in AMSA Working Boats Magazine

WISA Feature in AMSA Working Boats Magazine WISA’s Stronger Seafood Communities Workshop makes headlines. Australian Maritime Safety Authority Working Boats Magazine featured the Stronger Seafood Communities Workshop participants on the front cover of their December 2018 Issue. Pages 8 and 9 contain a double page spread discussing the workshop theme of Environmental Initiatives from within…

Project Regard Launch

Project Regard Launch Project Regard was launched in October 2018 at the WISA Stronger Seafood Communities Workshop in Adelaide. Project Regard is an initiative of WISA, to open discussions and remove the stigma surrounding mental health in the Australian Seafood Industry. Familiar faces from across the Australian Seafood Industry from a variety of different roles…

Country of Origin Booklet

Please find below the Country of Origin Booklet “Country of Origin Labelling For Seafood – Time To Tell The Truth” Click on the link below to download and view the booklet Country of Origin Booklet   If you experience any difficulty opening the file, please download the latest Adobe Reader (free).      

2016 WINSC AGM and Conference

WINSC are holding their next AGM and Conference in Melbourne from 23rd – 25th September 2016. Further details will be advised once the venue and conference programme has been confirmed.      

Victorian Sustainable Seafood with Neil Perry

     

Working Boats Spring 2015 Issue 7

Working Boats Spring 2015 Issue 7 can be viewed and downloaded from the link below: http://www.amsa.gov.au/forms-and-publications/domestic/publications/documents/Working-Boats-Nov2015.pdf    

George the Farmer featuring Coorong Mullet

George the Farmer uses social media to provide information based on the National Curriculum in the area of Agriculture and Food Production Please use the following link below to get to Wildcatch Fisheries Facebook page with George the Farmer featuring Coorong Mullet from Coorong Wild Seafood. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wildcatch-Fisheries-SA-Inc/256970917811917