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Growers in spotlight with #mygreenoffice

Travel through greenhouses worldwide via the hashtag #mygreenoffice! The hashtag was launched yesterday by the British Chartered Institute of Horticulture. " We want to show the diversity of careers in horticulture around the world why not share a photo of you in your workplace", is how they started the conversation.

Their mission is to both increase the number of new entrants into the sector, and inform progression and diversification of careers within the industry and the call got answered. Check out twitter and instagram for a peak in various green offices worldwide.






Publication date: 5/9/2018

 


 

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