Media

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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Interview With Writer, Planthunter Editor & AIH Award Winner, Georgina Reid

May 9, 2019
How did the Planthunter evolve? GR: I launched The Planthunter in 2013 after a decade of working as a landscape...
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President’s Report May 2019

May 6, 2019
Dear Councillors and Members,   What a great first quarter to 2019 with so many events and networking opportunities as...
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Hort Journal: What Role Do Horticulturists Play in Responding to the Biggest Issues We Face?

April 12, 2019
By Michael Casey MAIH RH This article first appeared in the April 2019 of Hort Journal - visit www.hortjournal.com.au for...
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How Bette Midler Rescued New York’s Parks and Gardens

April 4, 2019
Bette Midler moved back to New York after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Once there, she was concerned about the amount...
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