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The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC): promoting & developing plant conservation
The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC): promoting & developing plant conservation

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Read about what the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens is doing to save many of the 400 threatened Tasmanian plants, and how ANPC Committee member Natalie Tapson collected critically endangered cushion plant seeds on Macquarie Island last summer! http://ow.ly/rEgR30g0rNl

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Join the ANPC for 2018 and receive two FREE 2017 editions of our quarterly bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation!
Some of our high priority projects for 2018 include the Review of the ANPC'S Translocation Guidelines, Stage 2 of the Bring Back the Banksias project, commencing our new project to save the threatened Audas Spider-orchid (Caladenia audasii) from extinction, and planning and hosting the 12th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC12) in Canberra in November 2018. ANPC membership entitles you to receive the quarterly bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation; discounts to ANPC workshops, conferences and forums; and discounted subscription to Ecological Management and Restoration (EMR). Being a member is one of the most solid contributions you can make to our conservation work. Online membership payments are available. Join now! http://ow.ly/G4dH30fN1FA

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This article highlights how much we still don't know about our endangered plants #ThreatenedSpeciesDay http://ow.ly/wcnw30eYgRq

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Botanists have compared 800 flowering plants and revealed what the first ever flower must have looked like! http://ow.ly/j2f330eM5z9

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Great Albert Morris Award presentation and dinner held last night inc. Badger Bates and Tein with the sculpture trophy he made Mark http://ow.ly/i/y0EiH
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Day 2 Albert Morris Field Trip - Tein McDonald leading the Plant ID workshop at the Broken Hill Regeneration Reserves Mark
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The Albert Morris field tour of the regeneration reserves in Broken Hill is underway today! ANPC's Martin Driver is there #AABR Mark http://ow.ly/i/xU4CR
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Two new species of pennyworts have been discovered growing in the ashes following bushfires in WA! UniWesternAustralia http://ow.ly/JlgP30euWLE
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