Conference Update, AGM & Council Nominations

Due to the onging COVID-19 challenge the decision has been made to postpone the conference until October 2021. The Awards will be available for online viewing. Please join us in sharing the successes of our 2020 Award Winners. Our Annual General Meeting for 2020 will take place on Friday October 30th 2020 at 4.00pm AEST via Zoom webinars. Nominations are now open for Council and Councillor positions.

Walk & Talk: Small Ecological Systems in the Urban Environment

Mark Paul, Director of the Greenwall Company, demonstrates the use of recycled water in the urban environment in Mosman. He has created a very interesting mix of green walls, green roofs and tree plantings in the home environment. 

His design takes into account amenity, aspect, cultural requirements, view lines and the need for the young family who are able to discover vegetable gardens, keeping chickens, fish and tadpoles in their home. 

Address in Sydney to be advised upon booking. A recording of the tour will be available at the same price.

When: Sunday 27 September 8:30am
AIH members and non-members
Limited Numbers
Cost: $22 per person
CPD Points Available: 1

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