WELCOME TO THE ANPCTHE NATIONAL NETWORK THAT LINKS PEOPLE, RESEARCH AND ACTION IN PLANT CONSERVATION
What WE DO
The ANPC links you to others active in plant conservation through this website and ANPC News.
The ANPC publishes findings from current research and on-ground practice in the quarterly bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation.
The ANPC publishes plant conservation techniques and guidelines. Click here to see them.
The ANPC holds workshops and courses in conservation and rehabilitation techniques.
The ANPC website is a great resource for information on plant conservation. See more at our resources page.
The ANPC promotes an ecological focus in on-ground conservation, rehabilitation and management of remnant vegetation, threatened plants and ecological communities.
The ANPC leads and collaborates on projects for the conservation of Australia’s flora.
Click here to find out more about our projects.
Plant Treasures – in conversation
The second webinar in our series ‘Plant treasures – in conversation’ is coming up on Thursday 10 March at 1pm AEDT. This webinar, hosted in collaboration with BGANZ’s Collections and Records Management Group, will discuss biosecurity in conservation collections. We...
Early bird registrations closing
In one week we will be closing early bird registrations for the 13th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference. If you haven’t secured your place at this year’s event now is the time to do so! Working with the local community we have created a schedule that allows...
New book on Norfolk’s plants
A new book was released in December 2021 titled ‘A guide to propagating Norfolk Island’s native plants and seeds’. The handbook covers an important selection of native species found on Norfolk Island. Most of the species selected are endemic and EPBC listed, as these...
Plant Treasures – in conversation
Over the coming months the ANPC are presenting a webinar series based on the Germplasm Guidelines, funded by The Ian Potter Foundation. These webinars are a collaborative project with the BGANZ BCARM Plant Forum. Titled ‘Plant Treasures - in conversation’ this series...
The APCC13 Organising Committee are working hard to provide a safe and welcoming event, including investigating the possibility of online access. Further details will be provided on our conference webpage when they are available.
Thinking of joining the ANPC?
Looking to join a network of like-minded plant lovers? Now is the perfect time to join the Australian Network for Plant Conservation! Being a member includes great benefits including quarterly issues of our bulletin, Australasian Plant Conservation and discounts to...
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HELP US GROW!
Many of Australia’s native plants are threatened, more so since the Black Summer fires, and we need your help to promote and improve their conservation.
Donate to the ANPC today and support our projects and networks of people working in plant conservation.
Please donate today to help save Australia’s unique native plants!
Being a member of the ANPC is one of the most solid contributions you can make to our conservation work. Membership fees are an essential part of our financial base, and members and member-organisations are the lifeblood of our network.
You will receive our quarterly bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation, discounts to ANPC workshops and conferences, and a 60% discount to Ecological Management and Restoration (EMR)!
The ANPC is
- a not-for-profit organisation;
- an incorporated body governed by a constitution;
- listed on the Register for Environmental Organisations;
- registered for Deductible Gift Recipient Status with the Australian Taxation Office;
- endorsed as a Charitable Institution for charity tax concessions.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Download the ANPC Prospectus here! [PDF link]
Find out about
- What we do and why we do it
- Our capabilities
- How you can help – membership, sponsorships, donations, bequests, project support, collaboration, volunteering.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to obtain a hard copy of the prospectus or to discuss the possibilities for your involvement.