Rural Solutions SA is Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) key delivery agent for major programs and projects across South Australia, and provides consultancy services to private and public sector organisations locally, nationally and internationally.
We provide a wide range of specialist consultancy services within:
- fisheries and aquaculture
- natural resource management
- mining and energy
- regional development sectors.
The $265 million Australian Government funded South Australian River Murray Sustainability (SARMS) Program is being delivered by PIRSA through Rural Solutions SA. SARMS will support South Australian River Murray communities through investment in:
- irrigation efficiencies
- water returns
- irrigation industry assistance
- regional economic development.
We are also leading the New Horizons Program, exploring new techniques to help farmers improve the fertility and productivity of the crop growing soils.
Seed Services Australia, the leading seed inspection, certification and testing program for the Australian seed industry, is delivered as part of Rural Solutions SA.
Our reputation as a provider of consultancy services has been built and maintained through:
- outstanding client focus
- strong people capabilities
- meeting the needs and objectives of stakeholders and customers.
Meet to discuss proposed water allocation from BundaleerDiscussions will take place this month with businesses interested in applying for water for agricultural use from the Bundaleer Reservoir, in the state’s Mid North.Read more about Meet to discuss proposed water allocation from Bundaleer
SA/NT agricultural industry to benefit from road upgrade and access improvementsTriple road trains and other combinations up to 53.5 metres long, will soon have access to a decoupling facility, including a livestock transfer tower, on Yorkeys Crossing Road.Read more about SA/NT agricultural industry to benefit from road upgrade and access improvements
Facelift for historic Burra tourism accommodationBurra’s heritage listed Paxton Square Cottages built in 1849 are set to be upgraded and modernised with support from a $200,000 State Government Regional Development Fund grant.Read more about Facelift for historic Burra tourism accommodation
$650,000 grant for Two Wells abattoir redevelopment35 ongoing jobs will be created in the state’s Barossa, Light and Lower North region through a redevelopment and extension to the Prime Valley Pastoral abattoir in Two Wells.Read more about $650,000 grant for Two Wells abattoir redevelopment
Free workshop to assist South East grain growers in market decisionsSouth East grain growers are invited to a free grain marketing workshop to help them identify strategies to maximise returns from this year’s harvest.Read more about Free workshop to assist South East grain growers in market decisions
Potential for 5000 jobs as Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme progressesA proposal to expand the use of recycled water for primary production in the Northern Adelaide Plains suggests there is the potential to create more than 5000 jobs.Read more about Potential for 5000 jobs as Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme progresses
PIRSA's one-stop-shop at Riverland Field DaysPrimary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) will once again offer a raft of information about its services and programs at this year’s Riverland Field Days at Barmera.Read more about PIRSA's one-stop-shop at Riverland Field Days
New Aboriginal Partnerships Unit for state’s primary industriesA new Aboriginal Partnerships Unit will become a dedicated and central point of advice and leadership for Aboriginal engagement in primary industries and economic development.Read more about New Aboriginal Partnerships Unit for state’s primary industries
State Government expands its New HorizonsThe State Government's revolutionary soil management project, New Horizons, will enter its third year of research as planting gets underway in May at its three trial sites.Read more about State Government expands its New Horizons
PIRSA helping farmers map path to better soil healthNew soil pH mapping technology is arming SA farmers with the right information to improve soil health and increase crop and pasture productivity.Read more about PIRSA helping farmers map path to better soil health
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Spotlight on...Women in GrainJoin Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) and National Australia Bank (NAB) for a Spotlight on women in grain. Hear from influential women from across the Grain industry about their rol...
Women in Wine AwardsFor the first time, the Australian Women in Wine Awards is taking it to the world. In conjunction with Wine Australia the winners will be announced live on Tuesday 26th September 2017 10am U...
- 15 Feb
Exotic Plant Pest: Tomato Potato Psyllid and Zebra ChipBiosecurity SA has implemented a new Condition 17 of the Plant Quarantine Standard South Australia, imposing restrictions and prohibitions on hosts in the solanaceae and convolvulaceae famil...
The New Horizons program aims to improve poor quality soils and increase broad acre crops and pasture production.