Honorary Members are announced at INZ’s biennial conference. Honorary membership recognises outstanding service and the significant contribution of time and knowledge to INZ.
In 2016, the recipients of the honorary membership were:
These two men have each contributed more than 15 years’ service to our organisation. Dan helped develop our Code of Practice for Irrigation Performance Assessments and the resources that support today’s Irrigation Manager and Operator training workshops. His original motivator for getting involved was educating others about irrigation best practice and improving the industry’s knowledge base.
Ian brought significant industry expertise to the INZ board from his various roles in the irrigation industry, including designing, installing and operating irrigation systems in a number of countries. He inputted into the development of the IRRICAD irrigation design programme and was the primary author of The Irrigation Guide, The Irrigation Manual and INZ’s Irrigation Design Code of Practice and Standards.
Past recipients are:
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June 8 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Potential and new directors and managers who interact with boards and wish to increase their understanding of the governance environment. A refresh course for existing directors and managers.
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