Botanists to share plant conservation strategy

SOUTH Africa’s plant conservation strategy, a collaboration between SANBI, the Botanical Society and a network of botanists and conservationists, presents a talk on Monday, 26 June from 6pm at Durban’s Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre.

Suvarna Parbhoo, manager of SANBI’s custodians of rare and endangered wildflowers programme in the summer-rainfall region, will explain the strategy’s five objectives and the 16 targets to be achieved by 2020.

Entrance, which includes refreshments, costs R40 for members of BotSoc and R60 for non-members; students with cards R30. Pay at the door.

Proceeds to BotSoc branch projects. No need to book. For enquiries email [email protected] or call 031-201-5111 or 071-869-3693.


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