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EnviroVeg is the vegetable industry's own environmental program developed specifically for vegetable growers.

EnviroVeg provides growers with guidelines and information on how to manage their business in an environmentally responsible manner. It provides a visible way of demonstrating a responsible attitude towards the environment. It also assists growers by showing the community that they are responsible environmental managers.

EnviroVeg is an industry owned and developed environmental program for vegetable growers. It is FREE to all levy paying vegetable growers.

With the EnviroVeg Platinum Scheme, growers can now access new benefits if they volunteer to submit themselves to independent assessment of their environmental practices. The Scheme was jointly launched with major retailer Coles and provides Australian vegetable growers with access to enhanced recognition. Further information is available in the EnviroVeg Program section of this site.

One of the best practice resources available to growers is the EnviroVeg manual. EnviroVeg would like to acknowledge the original manual authors Helena Whitman and Helen Bull for their efforts developing this resource.

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EnviroVeg makes environmental data recording fast and easy for growers. Put down the paper and pick up the App, equipped with smart features which allow you to fill in data out on the farm.

The EnviroVeg App makes it easy for members to record data on their environmental performance and put strategies in place to manage the sustainability of their operations. The App allows growers to access EnviroVeg Platinum scheme forms to assist with record keeping as well as Program information materials.
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AUSVEG Ltd

Level 2, 273 Camberwell Rd
Camberwell VIC 3124
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This project has been funded by Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited using the National Vegetable Levy and funds from the Australian Government.