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THE NATIONAL NETWORK THAT LINKS PEOPLE, RESEARCH AND ACTION IN PLANT CONSERVATION
Site inspections and plant identification with ANPC Project Manager Martin Driver, in collaboration with Riverina Local Land Services.
The ANPC's Project Manager Martin Driver delivered two workshops on seed collection, storage and use for native vegetation projects in Broken Hill and Sunset Strip over the weekend of 9 and 10 April 2016, supported by Western Local Land Services through funding from The National Landcare Programme.
Joining is one of the most solid contributions you can make to our work. Membership fees are an essential part of our financial base, and members and member-organisations are the lifeblood of our network
We are very pleased to announce that the ANPC office has now established a new secure payment gateway for online membership payments. You can quickly process your 2016 membership payment by clicking here. You can also register for your renewals to be debited from your account on a set date by the ANPC office at time of renewal.
The manual process remains available for those customers who do not wish to use the secure payment gateway system linking eWAY and Bendigo Bank, our preferred provider. Download the 2016 membership form here (Word doc - fillable form) or contact us to find out more.
The theme for the next issue will be electronic and integrated tools and resources for plant identification and conservation. This may include online Floras, keys, resources for citizen science and other new or emerging tools such as phone applications. For this issue, we welcome articles, reports, and short reviews and communications. Reviews may include new tools and resources that you have developed or found useful, or even a wish list of tools or resources that would be useful for plant identification or to support plant conservation. The deadline for submissions for the June - August 2016 issue is Friday 13 May 2016. Click here to find out more.
Read all about what the ANPC achieved in 2015 in the President's Report delivered at the AGM by Dr David Coates.
Outgoing 2015 ANPC President, Dr David Coates
The Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) launched these new Standards on 15 March 2016. They are designed to encourage all restoration and rehabilitation projects in Australia to reach their highest potential. SERA and 12 partner organisations, including the ANPC, collaborated and developed the national Standards over the last three years - carefully considering the needs of all stakeholders, including input from well over 100 practitioner, research, conservation and agency representatives from around Australia.
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