Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson

Business Manager, NSW Australia

Paul Jackson holds a Masters Degree in Agriculture specialising in turf management and holds an M.B.A. Paul has 35 years experience in the urban horticultural businesses encompassing turf and landscape management.


Engaging technology to Improve Horticultural Assets that Increase Sporting Participation and the Health of the Nation

To gain an understanding of how technology can increase the playability of sportsfields, ensuring fields remain playable for the season, and importantly the assets meet community expectations. An agronomic program that delivers improved root development will ensure the surface will hold together and withstand greater wear throughout a winter season. Whilst improving playing surfaces the agronomic programs will also reduce maintenance costs such as mowing and numerous chemical applications.

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What our Delegates are Saying

"I'm going to seek new ideas and learn from experience of other projects to constantly improve the way we manage our parks and open space . I'm looking forward to learning more around Parks & Open Space, Healthy Active Play and Trees and Gardens"

Jacqui, Manager City Reserves, City of Albany (WA)

"I love to listen, learn, share and spend time with likeminded and inspirational colleagues who are transforming the world park by park, facility by facility, program by program. I am looking forward to seeing Kia Dowell and Katie Sarah. I love being inspired and challenged to make a difference and grow as a leader and contributor to our industry".

Carly, Team Leader Recreation Planning, City of Casey (VIC)

"It is important to keep abreast of latest industry trends, best practice case studies and the valuable networking opportunities. I am looking forward to hearing from Jack Kardys regarding the evolving role of parks - driving health, happiness and economic prosperity".

Matt, Manager Active Communities, City of Holdfast Bay

"I can't wait to meet new people and catch up with old friends at PLA2019. I haven't been to Perth for many years and I'm looking forward to seeing the beautiful parks"

Neil, Parks Planner, Parks Victoria

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