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Key issues in plant conservation

Myrtle Rust –
a major new threat
to Australia’s flora

Rust pustules and spore masses on Agonis flexuosa (willow myrtle) cv. ‘Afterdark’
(Dr Louise Morin ©CSIRO)

Cattle back in
Alpine National Park
 

 

Building our knowledge
of the inter-relationships
between plants and insects

 

Recent submissions

ANPC Submission to the NSW Draft Biodiversity Conservation Act Bill (June 2016)

ANPC Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Register of Environmental Organisations (REO) for tax deductible donations (May 2015).

Transcript from ANPC contribution to Paliamentary Inquiry into the Register of Environmental Organisations (REO) (2015) 

ANPC Submission to the Senate Inquiry into Environmental Biosecurity (August 2014)

ANPC Submission to the Threatened Species Commissioner’s Draft Terms of Reference (April 2014)

Submission on the draft Green Army Programme Statement of Requirements (February 2014)

Submission to the NSW Weed Management Review (December 2013)

Submission to the Emissions Reduction Fund Green Paper (the Carbon Farming Initiative and the Reforestation and Afforestation methodology in particular) (November 2013)

ANPC Submission to NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act Review (November 2010)

Networking

ANPC is a network for plant conservation, it keeps members, and others, in touch with the latest developments in plant conservation through:

  • Annual Conferences and Forum
  • The quarterly journal Australasian Plant Conservation
  • The ANPC News
  • The Internet Directory of Plant Conservation Resources
  • Publications
  • Training courses
  • Affiliation with the journal Ecological Management & Restoration (EMR)

Slideshows

ANPC celebrates Fascination of Plants Day 2015

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC) celebrates Fascination of Plants Day 2015 with a slide show of some of Australia’s most threatened plants.

Please click on the image below to view the slide show.

21 Threatened Plants

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC) celebrated 21 years of promoting and developing plant conservation. To mark the occasion we’ve prepared an illustrated list of 21 of Australia’s most threatened plants. Media Release

Please click on the image below to view the slide show.