This two day workshop will provide participants with the knowledge required to effectively plan, implement and evaluate translocation projects for threatened flora.
Questions addressed include:
- When is it appropriate to use translocation as a tool to conserve threatened species?
- What needs to be done when planning a translocation program?
- How should a translocation program be implemented?
- What ongoing management and evaluation is required?
The workshop will include case studies of translocation programs, highlighting lessons to be learnt and an optional full-day field trip to translocation recipient sites for a range of threatened plants.
For more information, including a full program, flyer and registration form please visit the workshop webpage.
You can also view images and reports from similar workshops held last year in Canberra and Sydney.