The NSW Weeds Conference showcases the latest research and ideas for managing the establishment, impact and spread of weeds.
If you were accepted to present as part of the 22nd NSW Weeds Conference, there is now the opportunity to submit a Full Paper.
For author instructions and a full paper template click here
If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Gibney email@example.com.
Submissions close 30 June 2023
3 reasons to attend the 22nd NSW Weeds Conference in 2023
1. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
The NSW Weeds Conference is regarded as the premier event to discuss weeds and related vegetation and production issues. The conference is a biennially event conducted in partnership with a host council attracting up to 350 attendees from NSW and interstate.
Three awards are announced at the conference acknowledging the work of NSW government, NSW local government and community weeds professionals for their outstanding contribution towards protecting NSW from the impacts of weeds.
Category 1: The Buerckner Award – for outstanding contribution to the on-ground control of weeds in NSW. Local Government only.
Category 2: The Stephenson Award – for outstanding contribution to planning and managing weed management programs in NSW. Local Government only.
Category 3: The NSW Weed Industry Award – For outstanding contribution to weed management in NSW. Open to all weed professionals within NSW.
3. RETURN ON INVESTMENT
The ability to network, get training, stay at the cutting edge of weeds management will enable your organisation, people or business to invest efficiently and effectively to manage weeds and their impacts. Protecting agricultural product, environment and amenity.