Queensland school students have won a host of major awards in a national science competition to celebrate the International Year of Plant Health.
International Year of Plant Health
food & wine
trees & forests
The International Year of Plant Health is being celebrated in Australia in 2020
The theme of the year is ‘Protecting Plants, Protecting Life’ because plants impact our lives every day.
The IYPH2020 is being led globally by the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization – visit their site.
We invite you to get involved in the celebrations in Australia.
The search is on for the next round of biosecurity champions, with nominations now open for round two of the 2020 Australian Biosecurity Awards.
The Plant Biosecurity Research Initiative (PBRI) is delighted to announce the release of a paper on “Science diplomacy for plant health”.
NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has invited local children to celebrate National Science Week this August 15 to 23, with a free plant health pack to explore biosecurity in the backyard and an invitation to enjoy digital adventures from home on the Sydney Science Trail.