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NEWSLETTERS:

All in pdf format

The Amenity Forum issues two general newsletters per year.


January 2013 General Newsletter. +
June 2013 General Newsletter. +
January 2014 General Newsletter. +
June 2014 General Newsletter. +
January 2015 General Newsletter. +
June 2015 General Newsletter. +
January 2016 General Newsletter. +
June 2016 General Newsletter.  +
January 2017 General Newsletter.  +





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BRIEFING NOTES:

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The Amenity Forum issues various briefing notes on amenity issues.


Schedule 9 Invasive Plants. LINK
Identifying Invasive Plants. LINK
The Water White Paper. LINK
Information Resources for Catchment Management. LINK
Defra: Strategy for Ash Dieback. LINK
ADAS: Report on herbicide resistance in amenity situations. LINK

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PRESENTATIONS:

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Presentations from various conferences and other seminars.


Pesticides Forum
Staying In Control


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PRESENTATIONS:

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Presentations from various conferences and other seminars.


Pesticides Forum - Feb 2015. LINK
The RHS Presentation - Feb 2015. LINK
University of London - Dec 2013. LINK
VI Steering Group -Nov 2013. LINK
European Presentation - Sept 2013. LINK
Prolawn Care Conference - Jun 2013. LINK
Glyphosate Use in The Amenity Sector - Nov 2012. LINK
The Cardiff Presentation - September 2015. LINK
The APSE Presentation - Integrated Approaches in Practice 2016 LINK
The Shropshire Lawn Care Conference presentation 2016 LINK

 

Our Mission:

The Amenity Forum has four main objectives:


  • To be the collective body representing the amenity industry, in relation to pesticide use and weed/pest control within the amenity sector.
  • To lead, coordinate and encourage achievement of "Best Practice" objectives in amenity pesticide use.
  • To coordinate and encourage the establishment of sustainable qualifications, training and CPD activity, specifically for the amenity sector.
  • To organise activities within the Amenity Forum membership and linked organisations, such that Amenity Forum objectives are developed in a coordinated way.

Testimonials:

the Amenity Forum is the national voluntary initiative seeking to promote best practice in our sector. It is important that industry can fully demonstrate it's ability to regulate itself and ensure the highest standards....

John Moverley, Independent Chairman.

Over the last few years, the Amenity Forum has given tremendous service to the sector by improving the status and standing, reputation, awareness and respect for a very wide range of capable and proficient providers....

Paul Singleton.

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