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About the Conference

The Anthropocene is a new geological age in which human activity is the dominant influence on our climate, the environment, food and agriculture systems and even with history being written into the landscape. Environmental issues such as climate change, urban heat impacts, soil loss and degradation, and water security risks are now urgent concerns for all societies. These challenges present opportunities for ornamental and production horticulturists presently and in the future. Modern horticultural best-practices are absolutely fundamental to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that are guiding the formation of policy and practice in balancing the needs of our society with the issues and limits of our planet.

WHEN

21 September 2019

WHERE

Aloft Hotel, Perth WA

Our Speakers

Hon Rita Saffioti MLA

Minister for Transport & Planning

Graham Sait

Nutri-Tech Solutions

Steve Marafiote

Sundrop Farms

Mark Tucek

Tucker Bush Plants

Prof. Lyn Abbott

University of Western Australia

Prof. Peter Newman

Curtin University

Prof. Stephen Hopper

University of Western Australia

Carole Fudge

Benara Nurseries WA

Prof. Simon Forrest

Curtin University

Graham McAlpine

Perth Natural Resource Management

Jason Wright

National Parks Board of Singapore

AIH & THA Conferences

The Anthropocene is a new geological age in which human activity is the dominant influence on our climate, the environment, food and agriculture systems and even with history being written into the landscape. Environmental issues such as climate change, urban heat impacts, soil loss and degradation, and water security risks are now urgent concerns for all societies. These challenges present opportunities for ornamental and production horticulturists presently and in the future. Modern horticultural best-practices are absolutely fundamental to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that are guiding the formation of policy and practice in balancing the needs of our society with the issues and limits of our planet.

Student

Build your connections in horticulture. For students in full or part-time study at an accredited tertiary institution; Uni, TAFE or Registered Training Organisation.



FREE FOR 1 YEAR

General

For qualified horticulturists. General membership offers the ideal all-round options for professional horticultural recognition.General members are recognised by the post-nominal MAIH after their name, indicating professional accreditation.
PROFESSIONAL

Registered Horticulturist

A registered horticulturist brings highly skilled input, a more confident project outcome,
a higher degree of competency and; the backing of an international accreditation. reassurance that an accredited professional is involved.
ACCREDITED

Graduate

For new graduates. Personal connections can often lead to opportunities. Our Graduate Membership is perfect for those who have finished studying and would like to try out the AIH for one year. Upgrade after a year to Associate or General membership.

Associate

For qualified horticulturists. General membership offers the ideal all-round options for professional horticultural recognition. General members are recognised by the post-nominal MAIH after their name, indicating professional accreditation.

Retired

Retired members maintain many of the benefits of General or Registered Horticulturist membership. Retired membership enables you to stay active in the horticultural industry and offer your ideas and expertise as an enduring legacy.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Dear Members and Valued Business Associates

AIH will be closed from Monday 24 December through to 
6 January 2019.

On behalf of the AIH National Council we would like to thank you all for your support throughout 2018 and wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.

21-22 September 2019

Kindly Mark Your Calendar

The AIH Conference & Awards Night,
Workshops & Tour

Perth

More info to come.

STUDENT

Free for twelve months
$ 0 One Year
  • Uni, TAFE or Registered Training Organisation
  • Try us for a year
  • Build your connections in horticulture

GENERAL

For qualified horticulturists
$ 330 Per Year + $110 Join Fee
  • Minimum Cert III, Trade or equivalent experience
  • For professionals
  • Use the MAIH post-nominal after your name

ACCREDITED

Registered horticulturist
$ 440 Per Year + $220 Join Fee
  • Excellent professional and industry recognition
  • Insurance concessions
  • Use the post-nominal RH000 after name

GRADUATE

Just Qualified
$ 77 Per Year - $0 Join Fee
  • For tertiary-qualified graduates
  • Try us for a year
  • Build your connections in horticulture

ASSOCIATE

Work Experience Counts
$ 230 Per Year + $110 Join Fee
  • Make your work experience count
  • Recognise your skills
  • Use the AAIH post-nominal after your name

RETIRED

Secure your legacy
$ 110 Per Year + $0 Join Fee
  • Maintain the benefits of being a member
  • Reduced rates
  • Apply your skills and expertise for the AIH

OVERSEAS

General Member
$ 300 Per Year + $100 Join Fee
  • For members outside Australia
  • Share your expertise
  • Access the benefits of General Membership

OVERSEAS

Registered horticulturist
$ 400 Per Year + $200 Join Fee
  • For RH members outside Australia
  • Share your expertise
  • Access the benefits of RH membership

SINGAPORE

Certified Practising Horticulturist
$ 175 Per Year
  • Education and training partnership with CUGE
  • Share your expertise
  • Strengthen your Singapore connections

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

A unique opportunity for enterprises engaged in horticultural business activities and education to join AIH.
$ 1210 Per year
  • Enhance your company profile.
  • Increase company visibility.
  • Align with a trusted brand.

Renewing Your Membership

Please login to your account, then choose ‘My Membership’ from the main menu to renew your current membership. If you wish to change your subscription, please email members@aih.org.au.

 

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