The Wellesley Islands Rangers are exemplars of the Indigenous Ranger Biosecurity Program, playing a crucial role in protecting northern Australia from new pests, weeds and diseases from unregulated pathways.
International Year of Plant Health
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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.
You are invited to get involved in the celebrations in Australia.
The closing ceremony for IYPH will be in Helsinki on 1 July 2021.
The National Priority List of Exotic Environmental Pests, Weeds and Diseases was released today which delivers on a recommendation of the 2017 review of Australia’s biosecurity system.
The Sydney Institute of Agriculture welcomes your attendance at their annual Research Symposium series, highlighting the advances in plant health research at the University of Sydney and across Australia.
Queensland school students have won a host of major awards in a national science competition to celebrate the International Year of Plant Health.