Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia

Wed, 29 Jul 2020

Moving plants from one place to another, translocation, is one of the ways of preventing extinctions. A great deal of knowledge is required to translocate plants successfully.

Dr Lucy Commander from the Australian Network for Plant Conservation, a steering committee and a large team of contributors have compiled the best available information learnt from a range of translocations across Australia and the globe.

This 3rd edition of the Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia provides a step by step guide for plant translocation and is a must-have for anybody involved in plant translocation.

Get a copy of the guidelines here: https://bit.ly/plant_translocation_guidelines

This Threatened Species Recovery Hub project is a collaboration between the Australian Network for Plant Conservation, the ACT Government and receives support from the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program.