Although she is a nursing mother, she returned to TAFE NSW to improve her orchards by distributing life-sustaining plants.
Robin Lush, 47, has been growing plants since she was able to walk and decide to quit her office to pursue her interests.
Despite her experience, In 2020, at TAFE NSW, Moruya decided to enroll in Certificate III in Fruit and Vegetable and then earned a lot from the course she enrolled in four employees.
“Growing up in Moriah,” says Robin, “I always looked forward to the outdoors and nature.”
“My father always said, ‘If you want to do something in life, just go,’ and I was a little busy with my homework.
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I had one of those life-changing moments when I decided not to live and to follow my passion for plants.
In July 2019, during a devastating drought and just months before the forest fires destroyed the region, Robin opened the Mountain View nursery with unique and new species of plants.
The saplings planted hundreds of wildfires to support wildfire efforts.
Robin, who also has a bachelor of science degree, says that Certificate III in Fruits and Vegetables has helped her consolidate and build on her current knowledge.
“This is a very comprehensive and comprehensive study of chemicals, dissemination and plant extraction,” she says.
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“It’s a great way to start in the vegetable and fruit industry and in the teacher’s wardrobe [Harding], Very knowledgeable and emotional. It is easy to learn from her. ”
TAFE NSW Moroccan horticulture director Gabi Harding says residents are a growing industry that offers flexibility, freedom and high job satisfaction.
“At TAFE NSW, you can do anything, from working in the nursery or starting your own gardening work, to local government or national parks under your belt,” she said.
“Many of our graduates are starting their own businesses – helping people with things like mowing services, weeding and plant management to create new gardens or plant advice. It also allows you to work outdoors, and after a year of all locks, it’s great to go out in nature and find yourself again.