New interview with Dr Lucy Commander (tw: @lucy_commander), a restoration seed ecologist who has spent over a decade undertaking scientific research with the mining industry to improve mine restoration. Lucy was also the lead editor of the Australian Network for Plant Conservation’s Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants, published in 2018, and is currently Project Manager for the update of the Florabank Guidelines for best practice native seed collection and use, with Australian Network for Plant Conservation and partners. In this conversation, Lucy talks about her interest in singing and gardening, restoration seed ecology, and her work as an editor on the Florabank Guidelines for best practice native seed collection and use. Watch here.
- Project Phoenix: native seed for bushfire recovery
- FloraBank Guidelines Update
- Saving the threatened Audas Spider-orchid (Caladenia audasii) from extinction
- Restoration Seed Ecology with Dr Lucy Commander – Steam Powered
- New project! Fire and Rust – Assessing the impact of Myrtle rust on fire regeneration