Grains Research and Development

Website Linking Policy

Linking to third party websites
If you are interested in having the GRDC link to your site, send a request to grdc@grdc.com.au and let us know your name, organisation, contact information, the URL of the page in request, as well as a brief description to the link.

Please note that the GRDC is not responsible for the contents of any linked site.

Linking to the GRDC website
While the Grains Research and Development Corporation welcomes links to this website, we request that you comply with the following guidelines:

Please send an email to grdc@grdc.com.au and let us know your name, organization, contact information and the URL of the page where the link will be displayed.

In most cases, links to the GRDC website should be to the homepage, www.grdc.com.au  

Links to other parts of the site can be set up with our permission, but note that this poses some risk as the page to which you link may later move or become unavailable.

Links may be text based, using words "The Grains Research and Development Corporation" or "Grains Research and Development Corporation - website of the Grains Research and Development Corporation".

You can also use the following description:
"The Grains Research and Development Corporation is one of the world's leading grains research organisations, responsible for planning, investing and overseeing research and development, delivering improvements in production, sustainability and profitability across the Australian grains industry."

When linking to the GRDC website, you must not:

1) Incorporate any content from the GRDC website in your site. You may only link to the GRDC website, it is not permitted to copy and reuse sections of the site.

2) Create frames around the GRDC's webpages or use other techniques which alter the appearance of the GRDC website.

3) Link directly to images, the GRDC newsletters distributed via e-mail, and Word, Excel and PDF documents.

4) Use any material from our site as logo, banner or icon without our permission.