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Certificate III Floristry students from TAFE and private floristry colleges which are registered training organisations (RTOs) across Australia are invited to participate in the 2018 WildFlowers Australia National Student Floristry Competition.
A plan has been prepared by the Western Australian Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions for consideration as an approved Wildlife Trade Management Plan under section 303FO of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (the EPBC Act).
Independent Reviewer, Dr Wendy Craik, is undertaking a review to reduce red-tape and find practical ways to help Australian farmers meet the requirements of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (the EPBC Act).
Flowers Victoria’s Annual General Meeting will be held at 6.00 pm on Tuesday, 22 May.
Flowers Australia suggests its member can smarten up their socials with its great free promotional materials.
New Zealand’s Young Horticulturist competition has received a major boost for the 2018 competition with four national organisations throwing their sponsorship weight behind the competition to boost interest in a sector that is on the rise, but still not attracting enough young people.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has established three new business units – Biosecurity New Zealand, Fisheries New Zealand and New Zealand Food Safety.
Flowers Australia (formerly the Flower Association) says it has launched a coordinated complaints campaign to bring attention to some of the behaviour of the online site Order Gatherers.
The ability to benchmark and track performance can be critical to business, according to Flowers Australia.
NZPPI has started a consultation process with plant producers about the future of biosecurity in the sector.