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Surveillance Residential Program 2022 applications (New window)

The Subcommittee on National Plant Health Surveillance (SNPHS) is pleased to announce applications for the Surveillance Residential Program are now open to take the opportunity to get in the field or visit another workplace to learn new skills about plant health surveillance. PSNAP members are invited to apply for funding through the 2022 Surveillance Residentials Program. The program allows individuals working in plant health surveillance to spend time in another workplace or location, or by participating in relevant activities that improve the national capability to detect plant pests. All applications welcome and will be considered. Applicants should focus their project on building capability or capacity to detect a National Priority Plant Pest, a plant disease or pathogen on the Priority list of exotic environmental pests and diseases, a High Priority Pest of plant industries or an emerging plant pest. Applicants are encouraged to consider applications for intrastate residentials in their own jurisdictions as well as interstate residentials. Application are open (post ADSW briefing) and close at midnight on Friday 7th October 2022. Full details of funding requirements and applications are only available to PSNAP members. To access details, log into the Portal and go to ‘Events’. To become a member of PSNAP, fill in the Join form. For further enquiry contact the Networks Coordinator on email: