• 7 Dec 2021
  • 5 PM
  • FREE
Join us at this event to learn about botany, plant breeding and why the Manuka plant, Leptospermum, is such a big deal. We'll have a chance to chat with ManukaLife Managing Director, Paul Callander about their plant breeding program and why he believes that the Peel is the place for agri-innovation. This event is part of 'Innovation in Action', a six-part video series that showcases local organisations innovating in their field through the implementation of science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM). At this event we will watch the short film on ManukaLife's plantation, have a Q&A and take the time to mingle over some complimentary food and drink. If you have an interest in botany, agriculture, nutrition or just enjoy learning new things than this event is for you. KEY INFO: Free entry All welcome - suitable for children and adults 5:30pm for a 5:45pm start Order of events: short film screening, followed by Q&A The event will be catered with some vegetarian and GF options Please follow relevant COVID-19 advice on the day The event is located at Make Place, 17/38 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210. The entrance of Make Place is located on Tuckey St, opposite the news agency. Look for the big fish mural in the laneway. This project is supported by Inspiring Australia (WA) and the Digital Technology Skills Program which is an initiative under the State STEM Skills Strategy 'Future Jobs, Future Skills - Driving STEM Skills in Western Australia'. Get your free ticket here https://events.humanitix.com/organisers/5efc1e003b194a000778b315

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17/38 Mandurah Terrace

Mandurah WA

6210

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