The Sth. Australian Government operates the Plant Health section of PIRSA and they deal with a wide variety of issues for the Horticultural Industry in SA as well as inter twining with national issues through DAFF and AQIS
The Botanic Gardens of SA have developed in conjunction with the Nursery & Garden Industry of SA a brilliant resource called the “Plant Selector +”.
The Horticulture Coalition of SA is the peak industry organisation for horticulture in SA. NGISA is a member.
The Horticultural Media Association Australia (South Australia) is the body representing the writers, publishers, commentators and presenters of anything to do with gardening in the South Australian media.
Hardware Australia is the hardware industry’s body and national voice, formed with the merging of the former State Hardware Industry Associations.
NGISA works closely with the Master Landscapers SA to produce quality greenlife that complements professionally created landscapes
The role of administering the Landscape South Australia Act 2019 is shared amongst eight regional landscape boards and a metropolitan board, Green Adelaide.
The boards operate across nine regions and support local communities and land managers to be directly responsible for managing their region’s natural resources.
They also partner with government and regional communities to deliver a strong, back-to-basics system that’s autonomous and flexible in response to their regions’ needs. NGISA works wherever possible with them on projects of mutual benefit.
Open Gardens SA is the organisation which promotes some of the state’s beautiful and creative gardens for the enjoyment of the public.
NGISA works in close relationship with SA Water in South Australia to ensure that ‘Water wise’ measures are portrayed to the general public of SA.
Treenet is an independent non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the urban forest.