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Communication for the Pollination Program 2011-13
Summary Cox Inall Communications is proposing to continue providing communication services for the Pollination Program following the conclusion of the current contract. This proposal covers two financial years – 201113.
Activities would include media releases, feature articles and fact sheets, along with any other tools and channels that became apparent during the course of the contract.
At the beginning of each 12 month period, a meeting would be held with RIRDC and HAL to review continuing pollination research and projects soon to begin. This would allow the development of an annual Implementation Plan with more precise activities and timing outlined for feedback and approval.
Program Honey Bee
Research organisation Cox Inall Communications
Objective summary The objective of this project is to support the work of the Pollination Program by communicating the outcomes of research which helps to secure the pollination of Australia’s horticultural and agricultural crops into the future on a sustainable and profitable basis.

This will help to ensure those outcomes are widely adopted by the honeybee industry and pollination reliant plant industries, and that both plant industries and the Australian community are educated about the importance of pollination services.
Project Stage Closed
Project start date Thursday, July 28, 2011
Project completion date Saturday, June 01, 2013
Journal articles from project Not Available
National priority An environmentally sustainable Australia
Rural priority Biosecurity
RIRDC goal HBE-Understand the role of pollination in delivering more productive systems
Principal researcher Kaaren Latham
Research manager Dave Alden
Admin contact Kaaren Latham