Beyond the Guidelines: designing resilient, persistent plant translocations
This workshop is open to all plant translocation practitioners. The workshop will focus on aspects of planning and practice that can improve the likelihood of establishing healthy, resilient and recruiting plant populations, that will persist over the long term. The workshop will include practical examples of sourcing seed or other germplasm types, selecting recipient sites (macro and microsites), post planting management techniques and genetic health assessments. We will also address creation of populations that are resilient to disturbance. We encourage attendance from a range of practitioners including researchers, government, consultancy and community groups.
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Register here *Note – To register to just attend the workshop, please register for the conference but only select the workshop payment option ($65 AUD).
Date: Thursday, 16th November 2023
Venue: Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre at the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions,
17 Dick Perry Avenue, Kensington, Western Australia
Cost: $65 incl GST
Includes: morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea