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Botanic Garden Networks in Australasia

Australia

Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC)
Website: http://www.anbg.gov.au/anpc/

Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand (BGANZ)
Tel: +61 (0)2 6250 9507
Fax: +61 (0)2 6250 9599
Website: www.bganz.org.au
Email: secretariat@bganz.org.au
Contact: Eamonn Flanagan (Executive Officer)

Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens
GPO Box 1777
Canberra ACT 2601
Australia
Tel: +61 (0)2 6250 9507
Fax: +61 (0)2 6250 9599
Web site: www.anbg.gov.au/chabg
Email: chabg-sec@anbg.gov.au
Contact: Virginia Berger (CHABG Secretary)

Report from the Third National Conference of the Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC)

Botanic Gardens - Australian Network for Plant Conservation meets in Hobart. Cultivating Conservation - A Conference Report

 

New Zealand

New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

 

South Pacific

The Pacific Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources Network PAPGREN

   

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PGR News in the Pacific
This weblog documents the activities of Pacific Agricultural Genetic Resources Network (PAPGREN), along with other information on plant genetic resources (PGR) in the Pacific.

New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
This website provides information about native plants and their conservation in New Zealand. The main focus for the network is the nationally threatened plants and plant communities that require conservation management for their continued survival.

Australian Plant Image Index
The Australian National Botanic Gardens manages a large collection of images of its activities and Australian botany. The bulk of the collection consists of identified Australian plant species, but there are a large number of environmental and conservation images too.

Australian Botanical Databases
The Australian National Botanical Gardens and the Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research have compiled lists of databases relating to Australasian flora. The site is also rich with information about plants of Australia, including photographs and horticulture, and about botanic gardens in the area.

 
Join BGCI in Protecting Plants for the Planet
BGCI is a membership organisation. We have more than 700 members, institutional and individual, in 118 countries. You too can join us in our global efforts to ensure plants are protected from the many threats facing them today and get some great benefits.