WA Threatened Plant Translocation Workshop – Perth, Thursday 14 March 2019
Hear presentations on threatened plant translocations and obtain an overview on the new 3rd Edition of the ANPC’s Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia. The Workshop will cover all aspects of the Guidelines, including preparing a translocation proposal, seed collection, gene pool mixing, long term monitoring, policy, approvals and licencing requirements. Download the Save the Date notice here.
Learn about best-practice translocation and network with others working in the field! Speakers will include some who have contributed to the new edition of the Guidelines including David Coates, Margaret Byrne and Leonie Monks from the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA), as well as Lucy Commander, Translocation Project Officer with the ANPC.
Draft program will be available soon!
This Workshop will be relevant to all those who are involved in any aspect of threatened plant translocation including decision making, proposals, research, preparation, implementation and monitoring, as well as all those interested in threatened plants, ecological restoration and plant conservation (including DBCA staff, researchers working on threatened species, NRM groups, NGOs, the mining industry and environmental consultants).
Location: Keiran McNamara Conservation Science Centre, DBCA, Kensington, Perth
Time: 8.30am – 5.00pm
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/BATIS.
Registrations close 7th March 2019.
For more information, please contact Lucy Commander on this email.
CANCELLATION POLICY/REQUEST FOR REFUND
Paid workshops run by the ANPC office:
- Administration fees of 10% applies if a participant cancels their registration by the closing date.
- No refunds will be given after this date but replacements will be accepted.
- For more information and/or to send your request in writing please visit https://www.anpc.asn.au/
Australian Network for Plant Conservation
GPO Box 1777
Canberra ACT 2601