See yourself travelling to new countries, meeting leading growers and agribusinesses, and growing your horticultural experience?
Hort Innovation has partnered with the Churchill Trust to offer three 2019 Fellowships to participants in the Australian horticulture sector.
Each valued at around $26,000, the initiative provides a rare opportunity for growers to access and collaborate with experts from around the world; sharing both knowledge and experience.
The Fellowships are available to anyone working in a registered levy-paying horticultural business, and will be awarded on the basis that research undertaken will provide clear benefit to Australian horticulture and the wider community.
Applications close 30 April 2019, so start brainstorming on how your study topic could contribute to your professional development, as well as the future of the Australian horticultural sector.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity, apply today at: https://bit.ly/2VgwgQO
Hear from the Victorian 2007 recipient of the David Young Churchill Fellowship – Robert Chin.
Robert’s work focused on the trends and relationships between environmental weeds and the nursery industry in USA and Canada, and can be found here: https://bit.ly/2WATm54
Churchill Fellowships are funded by the Hort Frontiers Leadership Fund, part of the Hort Frontiers strategic partnership initiative developed by Hort Innovation, with co-investment from the Winston Churchill Memorial Foundation and contributions from the Australian Government.