South Australian threatened plant translocation workshop
We have a range of speakers presenting on topics such as translocation policies and requirements for approvals in South Australia, preparing a translocation proposal, collecting testing and storing seed and more.
Bookings are open now!
Below are some of the speakers and topics. For a full version of the program click here.
- Preparing a translocation proposal – ideas from around Australia - Dr Lucy Commander, Lead Editor of the Translocation Guidelines, Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc
- When do you need a geneticist and seed provenance? - Dr Martin Breed, School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide
- Translocation policies and requirements for approvals in South Australia - Doug Bickerton, Project Officer, Threatened Species, Department for Environment aand Water
- Collecting, testing and storing seed of threatened species for translocation - Dan Duval, Technical Officer Seed Collection & Research, Department for Environment aand Water
- Case study: Silver Daisy-bush (Olearia pannosa) - Alex Mason, On-ground Co-ordinator Securing Silver Daisy Project, Trees for Life
- Case study: Translocating and managing Spiny Daisy (Acanthocladium dockeri) - Tim Field, Conservation & Wetland Manager, Banrock Station
- Case study: 20 years of Whibley wattle (Acacia whibleyana), working with the community - Geraldine Turner, Southern NRM Officer, Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula
- Case study: Yundi Guinea-flower (Hibbertia tenuis), unlocking seed dormancy and using ecological burns for better growing conditions for threatened flora - James Trezise, PhD Candidate, Fire Ecology University of Adelaide.
This event is supported by the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board through funding from the NRM levies. Funding has also been provided by The University of Adelaide and the Threatened Species Recovery Hub.
Ingkarni Wardli Conference Room, Level 7
University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus, Adelaide South Australia 5000