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President’s Report September 2019

September 10, 2019
Welcome to the start of spring and the lead into the busy run to Christmas. Over the last three months,...
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Focal Points: Iconic Feature Specimens By Designer Trees

September 9, 2019
The use of focal points in design architecture reflects the clever placement of an eye-catching feature in the landscape that...
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An Urgent Need to Rethink What It Means to Be ‘Green’

September 3, 2019
Media Release 03/09/2019   An Urgent Need to Rethink What It Means to Be ‘Green’ Australian Institute of Horticulture National...
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Leadership Development Scholarships Now Available: Women in Horticulture

September 2, 2019
Funding grants of up to $10,941 per person are currently available to women who work in the horticulture sector to...
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Walk & Talk at the Riverdene Nursery 7 July 2019

July 16, 2019
  By Tom Lantry FAIH, AIH convener for Central Coast & Hunter regions.   After a general introduction of Noel...
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New education platform answers the needs of a changing world

July 12, 2019
Private education veteran and sponsor of the Australian Institute of Horticulture, ACS Distance Education,  has released its answer to the...
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President’s Report July 2019

July 2, 2019
Dear Councillors and Members,   Welcome to the middle of the year and the countdown to our 2019 Conference and...
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Hort Journal: Therapeutic Horticulture – Digging Deep Into Student Wellbeing

July 1, 2019
  By Michael Casey MAIH RH and Dr Kate Neale AAIH   This article first appeared in the June 2019...
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President’s Report June 2019

May 28, 2019
Dear Councillors and Members,   I have enjoyed the last month both working alongside the National Council and fellow members...
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The Urban Tree Puzzle

May 20, 2019
Urban Greening Efforts In Australia A Puzzle With Pieces Missing Delegates at the Urban Tree Puzzle forum hosted by the...
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