Bushfood conference announced

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The Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH) is co-host of the Australian Bushfoods Conference (incorporating the 8th Queensland Bushfoods Conference). The conference will be held in May in North Maclean in Queensland.

The conference theme is ‘Design and Development of Urban Landscapes for BushFood Production’.

With growing interest in bushfoods and native food plants, this important conference brings together experts and professionals from the food, horticulture and other sectors. AIH is calling for speakers for the following sub-themes:

  1. Design of urban landscapes for bush food production
  2. Design (parks, garden rooftops etc)
  3. Plant selection
  4. Development and management of bushfoods in the urban environment
  5. Application and use of bushfoods
  6. Including traditional uses and management
  7. The culinary uses of bushfoods

 

Details

Date: May26–29, 2022

Location: Australian Technology and Agricultural College, 4808 – 4822 Mt Lindesay Hwy, North Maclean 4280

Contact for more information: Professor Rod Drew on r.drew@griffith.edu.au

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