2021 Nominations now open - closing date May 21, 2021
C.M. Donald Medal for Agronomy
The C.M. Donald Medal for Agronomy is awarded to an eminent agronomist at each national conference of the Society. The C.M. Donald Medal is the most prestigious Australian award in Agronomy.
Pictured: Emeritus Professor Colin Malcolm Donald 1910-1985
Nominations are now sought for the 2021 Donald Medal
Please use this link to access the 2021 application form
CM Donald Medal Recipients Biographical Memoirs C.M. Donald
In 2012 the Society introduced Fellowships. Winners of the Fellowships will be designated as Fellows of the Australian Society of Agronomy. Fellowships shall be awarded for important contributions to agronomy.
Nominations are now sought for three Fellows in 2021
Young Agronomist of the year -
In 2006 the Society introduced a Young Agronomist of the Year award to increase awareness and opportunities for younger members of the profession. Two awards will be offered in 2021 - best female Young Agronomist and best male Young Agronomist.
Nominations are now sought for two Young Agronomists in 2021
Dr Neil Fettell honoured with a 2019 - posthumous certificate of recognition
The Australian agronomy community were saddened to learn of the passing of Neil Fettel on March 16 2019. He was recognised by colleagues as a strong advocate for agricultural research in Central West NSW, a leader in his field by peers and organisations such as GRDC and CSIRO. At the 19th Australian Agronomy conference a certificate of recognition was presented to Mrs Shirley Fettell to recognise the great contribution Dr Neil Fettell made to Australian agronomy.