Project: 4.3

Threatened plant reintroduction and relocation

Project Leaders: David Coates


Reintroducing threatened plant species can be a risky and expensive undertaking, especially in cases where current knowledge is inadequate. Project 4.3 will fill these knowledge gaps to improve the feasibility, benefits and cost-effectiveness of reintroducing threatened plant species.

It will provide practical guidance on how, where and when reintroductions should be implemented to cost effectively minimise the extinction of threatened plants. 

Read more: Sowing the seeds of success
                      Hundreds of translocations but who's counting?
 
      
 Image: Cactus dryandra - Banksia anatona via The Australian Network for Plant Conservation/Flickr ( CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

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