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HISTORY OF ANPC CONFERENCES

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11th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference

Melbourne (VIC)

‘New Approaches to Plant Conservation Challenges in the Modern World’
14-18 November 2016
10th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference

Hobart (TAS)

‘Sustaining Plant Diversity – Adapting to a Changing World’
12 -14 November 2014
9th National Conference

Canberra (ACT)

‘Plant Conservation in Australia: Achievements and Future Directions’

29 Oct – 2 Nov, 2012

8th National Conference

Perth (WA)

Planning conservation to achieving restoration

28 Sep – 1 Oct, 2010

7th National Conference

Mulgoa (NSW)

Our declining flora – tackling the threats

21 Apr – 24 Apr, 2008

6th National Conference

Adelaide (SA)

Plant Conservation – the Challenges of Change

26 Sep – 4 Oct, 2005

5th National Conference

Geelong (VIC)

Recovery: A Decade Towards a Biodiverse Future

24 Feb – 1 Mar, 2003

4th National Conference

Albury Wodonga (NSW)

‘Practice and Partnerships

Late November 1999

3rd National Conference Sharing the Vision’

1997

2nd National Conference

Perth (WA)

In conjunction with Practice and Partnerships from the 4th International Botanic Gardens Conservation Congress

27 September, 1995

1st National Conference

University of Tasmania (TAS)

Cultivating Conservation

6 – 9 Dec,1993

 

History of ANPC Forums

The 2nd National Forum, on the theme Minding our own biodiversity: Conservation on private land, was held in Halls Gap, The Grampians, Victoria from 30 April to 1 May 2009.

The 1st National Forum, on the theme What lies beneath? The role of soil biota in the health and rehabilitation of native vegetation, was held in Canberra, ACT from 17-19 April, 2007.

If you would like any further information on the previous conferences and forums please contact us.