with the W.A Bidyadanga people in WA for export, cosmetics and nutrition.
Forensic arborist Nicholas Rivett takes us into the realm of the conservation of landscape tree species and discusses age diversity and follows this later with a scrutineers eye on the folly, fantasy or fact of green walls and roofs. Vertical garden specialist Mark Paul talks about the small steps to larger scale reclamation of the built environment and a related presentation by the Head of Horticulture at Burnley Campus of Melbourne University John Rayner shows how using research informs design, contrasting green roof performance is analysis not to be missed.
Glenice Bachelor presents the evergreen ‘nature and nurture’ principles of urban greening and Patrick Regnault will discuss a range of elements to consider in the planning of city eco systems.
Garden Guru and acclaimed horticulturist Neville Passmore takes on and passes on his tips for winning friends and influencing governments to see things differently in creating more urban green spaces and Andrew Prowse and Kim Morris give a memorable insight to re-establishing the horticulture code for Commonwealth War Cemeteries.
The vexing issue of getting younger people to the profession of horticulture is admirably presented by Martina Matzner – the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporations’ NT Rural Women’s Award.
Symposia Master of Ceremonies – Don Burke OAM FAIH
Come and Join Us
Our speakers are members and Registered Horticulturists, teachers, and people who do the design and work of horticulture. They deal with governments and corporations to get better deals for more green space and ask the questions of ‘nature and nurture’ of our profession, while considering the upward movement of vertical and lofty green spaces in how we live ‘modern urban’.
Join us for an engaging, enlightening and entertaining range of terrific presentations by our highly esteemed and experienced presentation team.
Registered Horticulturists as presenters and Symposium delegates can claim the listed CPD points.