Agri Suid-Afrika (Agri SA) is ‘n federale organisasie wat namens sy lede die volhoubare winsgewindheid en stabiliteit van kommersiële landbouprodusente en -besighede bevorder deur sy betrokkenheid en insette op nasionale en internasionale vlak. Agri South Africa (Agri SA) is a federal organisation, which promotes on behalf of its members, the sustainable profitability and stability of commercial agricultural producers and agribusinesses through its involvement and input on national and international level.
|Posbus 1508 Pretoria, 0001
Tel : +27 (0) 12 300 9500
Fax : +27 (0) 12 320 0557
Food and Trees for Africa
FTFA was started in 1990 and has distributed millions of trees and helped to set up thousands of natural food gardens for the poor and underprivileged. They work with many companies, schools, churches, aid agencies, media and individuals etc. There are a number of ongoing projects.
FTFA started the Trees for Home Programme, which has been running for seven years, and has been recognized by the National Department of Housing, Agriculture and Forestry as a programme vital to the development of sustainable human settlements and has won several awards. For more information visit the website: www.trees.co.za
Working for Water
The fight against invasive alien plants is run by the Working for Water (WfW) programme, that was launched in 1995. This programme is administered through the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry. For more information visit www.dwaf.gov.za/wfw
INTERNATIONAL GARDEN CENTRE ASSOCIATION
GCA South Africa and SANA are members of The International Garden Centre Association. The IGCA provides a unique forum for the sharing and exchange of information of other member garden centres worldwide. The highlight of the IGCA calendar is the Congress is held for one week in a different host country every year. This annual congress comprises of a business meeting where official matters are discussed and a tour that incorporates visits to various garden centres, introducing members to various business models as well as excellent networking opportunities.
IGCA also holds an Administrators meeting once a year in the future host country. This meeting is a forum where GCA Administrators from various countries come together to discuss issues that are important to their individual associations and its members. Administrators share the growth or challenges they have experienced during the past year in order to learn from each other.
IGCA Contact details:
7856 Fifth Line South
GCA Administrator: South Africa
Contact person: Gerdie Olivier
Tel: 072 994 5368/7
SAGIC (South African Green Industries Council)
Aims and Objectives:
- To promote inter-association networking and communication
- To promote business networking and communication
- To promote industry to public exposure
- To promote best practice within all industry segments
- To promote the industry to government through communication and lobbying
- To facilitate issues of national interest pertaining to the green industry e.g. education & training, marketing and legislations etc.
You can contact the administration office on 011 606 3855 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.