'Moving house - a new age for plant translocation and restoration'
Registrations close Friday 26 October 2018!
The Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research (CANBR) at CSIRO, and the Australian Network for Plant Conservation are pleased to present the 12th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC12).
Join us for a week of exciting presentations, local field trips and a 1-day threatened plant translocation workshop! View the Registration Fees here.
**NEWS** Do you have a plant conservation project to share? We still have room at the Poster Session for two more posters! To apply download the abstract submission form here.
To coincide with the release of the Third edition of the ANPC’s Threatened Plant Translocation Guidelines, APCC12 will bring conservation researchers and practitioners together from across Australia to discuss the recent advances and latest scientific findings for successful threatened plant translocations. Species translocations have been an important conservation approach for more than two decades to save threatened species from extinction. With no foreseeable reduction in threats from climate change, urban and agricultural expansion and intensification, and invasive pests and diseases, translocations will be increasingly important into the future.
APCC12 will bring together a diverse range of the leading botanists, ecologists, land managers, and on-ground plant conservation workers from around Australia, from universities, government, consultancies, NRM groups and NGOs The conference is a key event for plant conservation specialists and students to exchange ideas and make new contacts.
The biennial Australasian Plant Conservation Conference has become the premier event in Australia to discuss plant conservation issues with a variety of groups from practitioners to researchers. The last conference was successfully hosted in Melbourne, November 2016.
Join the ANPC today and receive great discounts on the conference registration fees!
APCC12 is promoting the 2019 ANPC calendar featuring 12 threatened plants from the ACT Region, to highlight some of the many endangered plants in and around the territory.
Purchase the 2019 ANPC calendar today! ANPC Member discounts.
Welcome Reception and Poster Session sponsors
SPONSORSHIP Opportunities are still available!
Download the APCC12 Sponsorship Prospectus here! Your business or organisation is invited to sponsor the 12th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference. The wide range of sponsorship options available are summarised below. Be a part of this premier event and help contribute to the conservation of Australia's unique plants! The conference provides an excellent opportunity to promote the profile of your organisation or company, including your involvement in plant conservation, to representatives from government, academia, community groups and private businesses from across Australia. Sponsorship may be financial, in-kind or a discount on services. Donations of $2 or more to the ANPC are tax-deductible. Please contact us to discuss any of these options further.
|Sponsorship level||$||Sponsorship level||$|
|Gold||10,000||Welcome Reception / Poster Session||1,000|
|Plenary Speaker||2,000||Lunch or Morning/ Afternoon Tea||500|
|Conference Dinner||1,500||Advertising in Conference Proceedings||400|
|Field Trip||1,500||Prize donations||200|
|Workshop||1,500||Conference Bag Insert||100|
Field Trip Sponsors
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS HAS CLOSED
Congratulations to Anne Cochrane and Bob Makinson for winning the #APCC12 Abstract Prizes donated by the National Arboretum Canberra! They have each won one of two $100 gift vouchers for either the Conservatory Restaurant or the The Curatoreum gift shop, both located at the Arboretum.
Tiffeny Horwood, Australian National Botanic Gardens General Manager, drawing the Abstract and Early-bird prizes from a plant pot on Thursday 11 October 2018. (Photo: Jo Lynch)
early-bird registrations have closed
APCC12 will be held at the CSIRO Discovery Centre, Canberra at the Black Mountain Science and Innovation Park which provides free parking and is centrally located to the Canberra city centre, ANU, the Australian National Botanic Gardens and backs on the beautiful bushland and walking trails of Black Mountain. See CSIRO Discovery Centre location and map for how to get to the conference location. This map also shows the nearby bus stops for the ACT government Action Buses, click here for routes and timetables.
The above parking instructions map of the CSIRO Black Mountain campus shows how to get to the Discovery Centre from Clunies Ross Street and the parking area to use if you are coming by car. To access the car park via the boom gate, please press the intercom at the gate, identify yourself and that you are coming to the Plant Conservation Conference. Please allow about 10 minutes to walk from the car park to the Discovery Centre.
This map also shows where the Synergy Building is for the APCC12 Welcome Reception and Launch of the Translocation Guidelines on Sunday evening 11 November.
Conference Organising Committee
CANCELLATION POLICY/REQUEST FOR REFUND
Conferences and forums 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 the closing date but replacements will be accepted.
- If a field trip is cancelled due to insufficient numbers participants will be offered an alternative or given a full refund of the field trip.
- For more information and/or to send your request in writing please visit http://www.anpc.asn.au/
Australian Network for Plant Conservation
GPO Box 1777
Canberra ACT 2601