16 October 2013

Invitation to participate in a survey of species commonly used in restoration across NSW

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation is collating a list of 200-300 plant species considered most useful in restoration projects across NSW on behalf of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust (RBG&DT).

The results from this initial project will be used to guide the development of a broader RBG&DT project - Restore and Renew NSW.

The initial stage of this project is an online survey targeted at anyone involved in native vegetation restoration projects in NSW, including: restoration practitioners, bush regenerators, community volunteers, growers, seed collectors, regulators, licensors and researchers.

We invite anyone involved in native vegetation restoration in NSW to participate in this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ANPC2013

Further information on the content and objectives of the survey is provided in the survey introduction.

Survey respondents will go in a draw to win a one year individual or community group membership to the ANPC, valued at up to $105.

Survey closes Friday 29th November 2013.

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