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APS NSW Gathering at Menai, Saturday, 12 March 2022, 1pm, all welcome

Guest speakers, Chris Gambian, CEO Nature Conservation Council, on How we can influence conservation of native plants. 

Lloyd Hedges - saving the black cockatoos

Where: Illawong Rural Fire Station

$5 entry for members, $10 non-members

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Chris Gambian, CEO, Nature Conservation Council

Lloyd Hedges, Saving the black cockatoos

Trip to Central West -  regeneration, restoration, revegetation and resilience, 1 to 4 April

Come visit 6 properties in the Forest Reefs, Orange, Burrendong, Narromine and Toongi areas to see how leading regenerative farmers are building biodiversity and regenerating their land. More info here.

The ANPSA 2022 Biennial Conference dates are Saturday 10 September to Friday 16 September 2022 at the Kiama Pavilion. The theme is Australian flora, past present and future.

Pre- and/or post-conference tours will be travelling to beautiful places in NSW, like the South Coast, Blue Mountains, Lord Howe Island, Warrumbungles/Pilliga and Sydney.

We kick off on Saturday 10 September, with a complimentary tour of the Kiama region, followed by a Market fair - a combined farmers market and native plant sale - on the Sunday and then conference sessions and excursions from the Monday to the Friday. 

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APS NSW COVID-19 Update, 26 October 2021

The safety and health of our members and the community are paramount. As Covid-19 restrictions continue to change, we abide by NSW Health guidelines and restrictions in all meetings and activities. 

Please contact the President,, if any questions. Stay safe. 

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, past present and future. We aspire to learn from their knowledge and experience to conserve Australian native plants and their ecosystems now and into the future.

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Cremorne Junction NSW 2090

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