Plants from the past - plants for the future.
Te Papa (Wellington) 20-23 October, 2019
This conference will explore the role of Botanic Gardens in science communication & story-telling, plant conservation, managing collections and displaying plants. Join us – or submit an abstract to contribute your ideas. There are keynote speakers on biosecurity, climate change, plant blindness, cultural use and more. Key note speakers include Dr Kath Dickinson (Otago University) and Dr Cate Macinnis-Ng (Auckland University). Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand (BGANZ) is the peak body representing all botanic gardens in Australia and New Zealand. BGANZ promotes the interests and activities of all Australian and New Zealand botanic gardens through its 140 member gardens, enhancing the state of botanic gardens internationally.