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The Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc. (ANPC) is a national not-for-profit organisation that promotes the conservation of Australian native plant species and communities.

Established in 1991, the ANPC helps bridge gaps in communication and knowledge between plant conservation practitioners, scientists and managers. It runs training courses, workshops, national conferences and forums to help these sectors share their experience.

The ANPC convenes expert teams to produce best-practice guidelines for plant conservation techniques. The ANPC initiated, coordinated and published Plant Germplasm Conservation in Australia (Offord & Meagher 2009) and the Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia (Vallee et al. 2004).

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Posted: 03 Aug 2016

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation is the national network that links people, research and action in plant conservation. Its upcoming conference 14-18 November 2016, is being hosted by the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. Early bird registrations will be closing on Friday 26 August 2016.

Posted: 28 May 2014

The call for abstracts is now open for the 10th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference 2014 (APCC10), which will be held in Hobart in Tasmania from the 11th - 14th November 2014.

Posted: 16 Oct 2013

Australian Seed Bank Partnership supporters who suggest a plant species for the new Restore and Renew NSW website could win a year’s membership to the Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC).