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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Seminar: Threatened Species and Botanic Gardens

Saturday 12 August, 1.30pm – 3.30pm Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden

Celebrate Science Week at the Botanic Garden with a seminar about the developing role of botanic gardens in threatened species' conservation.

Learn about how botanic gardens across Australia are developing new frameworks to ensure threatened species survive in living collections, and ERBG’s plans for a new threatened species garden. There will be an overview of threatened plants in the South Coast region and a report from a recent field trip to Mt Imlay, which is home to a unique plant community several threatened species.

1.30pm Michael Anlezark – New Cooperative Frameworks and upcoming ERBG Initiatives

2.30pm Tricia Kaye – South Coast Threatened Plants - Patterns & Puzzles

3.00pm Dylan Morrissey – Mt Imlay - Unique Threatened Plant Community on South Coast


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