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Seminar series finale for 2023: saving our threatened plant species

Monday 13 November 2023 | 0 min read

Every month, our online seminar series has delivered a new talk about key environmental projects that help cool, green and wild metropolitan South Australia. Tune into the final talk for the year on saving our threatened plant species.

In this session, you’ll hear about a range of factors threatening our native plants, how threatened species are classified, and an overview of 2 key projects to conserve them.

The seminar will take you through the Threatened Flora Recovery initiative to help reverse the decline of some of our most endangered species, and explores the SA Seed Conservation Centre’s pivotal contribution to the global Millennium Seed Bank.

We’ll see you online on Wednesday 22 November, 4 pm to 5 pm.

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You can also listen back to all this year’s sessions, including last month’s talk by Harry Rust on the Microbats of Adelaide, on our YouTube channel.

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