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In this follow-up to our September webinar, Fytogreen will provide valuable insight on ways to successfully vegetate a range of structures, such as planters for balcony and rooftop gardens, indoor atrium areas and bespoke solutions giving the ability to grow plants almost anywhere.
Please join us when we talk to Geoff Heard, the Managing Director of Fytogreen, to find out what landscape designers need to know when designing and specifying vertical and rooftop gardens and how they can comply with recent building regulations.
By attending this short and impactful presentation, you will learn: How to utilise social media to attract and convert your target market. The three common mistakes that landscaping companies make on social media and how to avoid them. The secret to growing your audience on Instagram.
Do you plant any trees near a new home, or install or specify irrigation in gardens? Do you design, install or maintain vertical gardens or planting on rooftops or balconies on multi-storey unit blocks? Then you need to know what the new legislation is about. NSW has new legislation which is the first of a proposed suite, the next regulation in the suite may have direct impacts across our profession. Want to know more? AILDM members can view a recording of our webinar on 9 September.
The COVID lockdowns and technological advances have affected the design process for many landscape design businesses. How do we take a client brief and do a site analysis when we can't meet clients in person or even visit their property? Join this webinar on 24 August for a discussion on how to design remotely led by Nicola Cameron of Pepo Botanic Design.
Please join us for a morning to immerse yourself in all things all things Eco: Ecological Philosophy, Ecological Principals, Ecosystem Processes, Ecological Literacy all at Kimbriki's Eco House and with a tour of the Eco Garden with Senior Ecologist Peter Rutherford and Tig Crowley.
The exotic insect pest serpentine leafminer , also known as pea leafminer or South American leafminer, was recently found in a commercial vegetable crop in western Sydney. Serpentine leafminer poses a serious economic threat to Australia’s horticulture and nursery production plant industries.
If you haven’t seen it already, we encourage you to take the time to view the Webinar – Mate, we need to talk which was hosted by Landscape Victoria Master Landscapers last week. LVML talk to mental health support service This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS) who break the taboo and discuss mental health - your own mental health and the health of your employees, co-workers, friends and family.