The ‘threatened flora translocation workshop’ aims to improve the conservation of South Australia’s threatened plant species by inspiring and equipping practitioners to use best practice when establishing or maintaining self-sustaining populations through translocation.
Date: Friday 3rd May 2019
Time: 9.00 – 4.00 pm, catered
Venue: Ingkarni Wardli Conference Room, Level 7, Ingkarni Wardli Building, University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide
This event is ideal for:
- On-ground staff and volunteers from organisations such as Trees for Life
- Landholder Assistance Program organisations (e.g. MMLAP, GWLAP), NGOs (Friends of Parks groups, Landcare groups, Native Orchid Society of SA, Nature Glenelg Trust, Nature Foundation SA)
- Regional on-ground staff (NRM District Officers / Rangers)
- Research staff and students from The University of Adelaide and Biology Society of SA
- Broader public
This event will be held in conjunction with The University of Adelaide (Environment Institute), Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin, Department of Environment and Water, Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula and Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.