Call for nominations
This year The Chartered Institute of Horticulture will be awarding the Norah Stucken Award for recent projects which have made a significant impact on horticulture, and is inviting nominations for outstanding projects. Only one award will be made each year. The Award commemorates Norah Stucken, who was a long-standing publisher of the trade magazine, The Grower.
The Award can be given for an amenity or conservation project, a development of a new crop, a major book, or a series of research papers. It is recognised that the use of ‘recent’ may have to be flexible because, for example, it might take some time for a new or restored garden to mature. Where appropriate, the assessment panel is likely to make a site visit.
Nominations must be supported by five Chartered Institute Fellows or Member, and should be accompanied by up to one side of an A4 sheet of supporting documentation, and, where appropriate, should include photographs.
Please send in your nominations by the end of July by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The prize will be awarded at the 2016 Annual General Meeting.
Download Nomination Form