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  1. Samantha Grund
    Samantha has a Bachelor of Animal Science. Although not from a beekeeping background, she has a keen interest in biosecurity, beekeeping, production of queens, bee friendly plants and bees’ role in pollination. Her favourite native bee is the blue banded … Updated: March 7, 2022
  2. Jessica Bikaun
    Jessica Bikaun (née Moran) grew up on a small cattle farm in the southwest of Australia, but became addicted to honey bees during her Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Australia. After volunteering as a field assistant for … Updated: March 7, 2022
  3. NPBSS – Scope of the strategy and guiding principles
    Scope of the strategy This strategy focuses on improved outcomes for the national plant health surveillance system and applies to plant pests and weeds that impact Australia’s plant industries, environment and community. For the purpose of this strategy, plant pests … Updated: March 25, 2022
  4. NPBSS – Introduction
    Australia’s biosecurity system is complex and extensive, with activities in place internationally (pre-border or offshore), along our coastline and at our border (airports, seaports, mail centres), and within Australia (also called onshore or post-border). These three elements—pre-border, border and post-border, … Updated: February 17, 2022
  5. NPBSS – Executive Summary
    The National Plant Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy (the strategy) provides a framework to strengthen Australia’s plant health surveillance system. It is one of several strategies that supports the broader national biosecurity system through its alignment with the Intergovernmental Agreement on Biosecurity … Updated: March 25, 2022
  6. NPBPS – Scope of the strategy and guiding principles
    Scope of the strategy This strategy focuses on improved outcomes for the national plant biosecurity system and applies to plant pests and weeds that impact Australia’s plant industries, environment and community. For the purpose of this strategy, plant pests are … Updated: March 25, 2022
  7. NPBPS – Executive summary
    The National Plant Biosecurity Preparedness Strategy (the strategy) provides a framework to develop the capabilities required to prepare for and manage plant biosecurity risks across Australia. It is one of several strategies that supports the broader national biosecurity system through … Updated: March 25, 2022
  8. NPBDS – Scope of the strategy and guiding principles
    Scope of the strategy This strategy focuses on improved outcomes for the national plant biosecurity diagnostic system and applies to plant pests that impact Australia’s plant industries, environment and community. For the purpose of this strategy, plant pests are defined … Updated: March 25, 2022
  9. NPBDS – Executive Summary
    The National Plant Biosecurity Diagnostic Strategy (the strategy) provides a framework to strengthen Australia’s plant biosecurity diagnostic system. It is one of several strategies that supports the broader national biosecurity system through its alignment with the Intergovernmental Agreement on Biosecurity … Updated: March 25, 2022
  10. New surveillance project to monitor honey bee pests
    Hort Innovation and Plant Health Australia (PHA) are proud to announce a new three-year National Bee Pest Surveillance Program (NBPSP). Funded by Hort Innovation, the Australian Honey Bee Industry Council and Grains Producers Australia (GPA), in collaboration with state and … Updated: March 25, 2022