2020 AIH Award Nominations Now Open

Every year, the Australian Institute of Horticulture celebrates the very best of Aussie horticultural excellence. This year is our big 60th Anniversary and we have big plans to celebrate 60 years of AIH in Sydney this October! Nominate colleagues and champions for AIH Awards for the end of the year. It’s really easy, and so worthwhile. Email your nominations to AIH Secretary, Matt Mitchley MAIH RH by 5pm, Friday 17th April.
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