BE INVOLVED IN THE ANPC AND PLANT CONSERVATION
Download the ANPC Prospectus here.
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 a hard copy of the prospectus.
The ANPC gratefully acknowledges the support of the following Corporate Members:
Join the ANPC – membership is open to individuals and organisations
- Subscribe to ANPC News
- Participate in ANPC courses and workshops
- Attend ANPC conferences and forums
- Become a volunteer
- Get involved in plant conservation issues*
- Provide financial support to the ANPC
We can help you find people, resources and projects that may be of interest to you, ranging from on-ground involvement with threatened species and ecological communities through to the development of new techniques and educational resources. We can also refer you to Bushcare and Landcare organisations in your area, other organisations with specialised interest in plant and ecosystem conservation, and to conservation advocacy organisations.
Provide Financial Support
The ANPC is a not-for-profit organisation. Our ability to promote and develop plant conservation in Australia depends entirely on our members and supporters. Your donations, sponsorship or bequests will help us achieve this goal.
The ANPC is an incorporated Association, incorporated in the ACT (Register No. A3173). We are on the Register of Environmental Organisations maintained by the Commonwealth Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and we are approved for Deductible gift recipient status by the Australian Taxation Office. We are also endorsed as a Charitable Institution for charity tax concessions.
Please use Australasian Plant Conservation to share your work with others! Articles, information snippets, details of new publications and diary dates are all welcome. Please contact us with your articles, no more than approximately 1200 words. More detailed guidelines are available on the Publications – APC Bulletin page.