The National Botanic Gardens of New South Wales (NBGPNS) has created a botanical garden to encourage young people to explore and develop new careers in the agricultural and food sectors.
The team behind the project include students from the Department of Chemistry at the University, as well as the University’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and a range of industry and academic experts from the State Government.
Dr Matthew Jepson, a postdoctoral researcher at the Department, said the garden would be a “natural fit” for the new Botanical Botanical Academy, which was launched this year.
“The botanical research we’re doing in New South Welsh is unique and we think it’s really exciting for people to have an opportunity to come together and work together,” Dr Jeponsons said.
We’ve got some really talented students and we’ve got a really vibrant and exciting botanical community in New England and New South Wales and so we’ve really hoped that this is the perfect space to give these young people a place to learn, and to get the opportunity to make something really meaningful and really valuable out of their time.””
We’re really hoping that the garden will be a natural fit for the Botanical botanics and agriculture departments, who are really interested in growing, nurturing and nurturing a new generation of young researchers and innovators.”
We’ve got some really talented students and we’ve got a really vibrant and exciting botanical community in New England and New South Wales and so we’ve really hoped that this is the perfect space to give these young people a place to learn, and to get the opportunity to make something really meaningful and really valuable out of their time.
“The team of more than 50 undergraduate students from across the world has spent the past year working together to create the botanical school.
They have spent months creating a series of botanical plants, each with its own characteristics and function, and learning from one another and the plant community around them.
The school has a long list of plants from around the world and will be launching with three types of plant – grass, herbs and flowers.
The Botanical Garden will be housed at the Botanic Garden of NSW, which is managed by the Department.
The garden will allow students to grow plants in a lab, where they can see their plants, and conduct experiments on them.
They will also be able to grow some of the plants on their own land, which they will then use to harvest the plant and sell it.”
It’s really great that we have this fantastic environment here to be able grow these amazing plants, we can do our experiments, and we can see how the plants look after they’ve been grown,” Dr James MacGregor, one of the students involved in the project, said.
The new Botanic Botanical Gardens of NSW has been created in partnership with the Department for Primary Industries and Agriculture. “
I think the fact that we can come together as a team to create something of this magnitude and to be involved in something like this is really exciting,” he said.
The new Botanic Botanical Gardens of NSW has been created in partnership with the Department for Primary Industries and Agriculture.
The aim is to give students the opportunity of building careers in agriculture, and creating a future in the agro-industrial sector, he said, while providing a place for them to learn and share their ideas and expertise.
“A lot of young people are looking to pursue careers in a variety of sectors, and it’s great to be here and to have a school like this, with a strong emphasis on agricultural science and botany, where you can grow some really exciting plants and see what they look like after they’re grown,” he added.
The Botanical garden is scheduled to open to the public in 2018.