Please find attached the pay guide for the 2010 Nursery Award (MA000033).
Pay rates apply from 1st July 2016.
Following the NGIWA Board meeting on Tuesday 14th June, we hosted the NGIA Structure Review Forum where eight members attended to have their say. Key discussion points included the present NGI structure, and what everyone felt should be retained and what should be considered for change.
Nuts About Natives is a small contract based wholesale plant propagation business which has been operating since October 2000. Under the ownership of Ben Croxford and Anouska Cousin they focus predominantly on indigenous plants from south-west WA, however they also grow some other Australian plants and South African Proteaceae.
The first meeting of the Strategic Investment Advisory Panel for the nursery industry was held in Sydney recently. The panel is made up of growers and industry leaders including NGIWA President Carole Fudge, and one of its main tasks is to assess research proposals against the industries priorities.
Last week, Ellenby Tree Farm hosted a group of enthusiastic NextGen nursery and garden industry people at their Gnangara retail nursery including TAFE students, landscapers, tree surgeons, local government and horticultural product suppliers.
Nursery and Garden Industry Australia Limited (NGIA) President, Mike Mehigan, announced at the recent National Conference in Adelaide the formation of an independent committee to conduct a broad ranging, whole of industry review of the current structure of the nursery and garden industry in Australia and make recommendations for the future.
Delegates agreed that the 2016 Nursery & Garden Industry National Conference (held in Adelaide Feb 15-17) was a great one to remember After the pre-conference tours and the special grafting workshop, the conference presented an impressive array of speakers who informed and inspired around 200 guests.
Around 20 NGIWA members and guests from the DAFWA Biosecurity team came together for our inaugural Biosecurity and Quarantine Forum. Presentations included the future of biosecurity and the impact of not taking preventive measures, as well as import / export policies and quarantine regulations.
As I started compiling my first round of members to go and visit I was keen to reacquaint my friendship with Kim Bailey. I have known Kim for the best part of twenty years; working closely with him and his team on fertiliser programs at Curtin University, on industry committees and on Curtin 100.1 FM.
Below are the prices for NGIWA membership fees applicable from 1st July 2017 to 30th June 2018. Membership is open to any business involved in the nursery or allied industry. We also have special free memberships for horticulture students who may wish to join our NextGen group. All full memberships include affiliation for Nursery & Garden Industry Australia (NGIA).
We welcome Healthy Homes And Gardens as our latest NGIWA member. They were established in 2014 to provide the community with the ability to monitor their homes and gardens for potential hazardous contaminants that can be harmful to a persons health especially children.