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Join ANPC today!

Download the membership form (Word doc - fillable form)

Become part of a thriving network of plant conservationists, which will help you keep in touch with news, activities, contacts and information on plant conservation in Australia and overseas.

Your membership fees will also help us promote and improve plant conservation in Australia, such as run workshops, organise the next Australasian Plant Conservation Conference in Hobart in 2014 and develop our new website.

Other benefits at a glance:

Benefit
Individual & concession Community group & Small Business Corporate
Four issues a year of the bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation 1 copy 2 copies up to 7 copies mailed to individual addresses
Discounted registration at ANPC conferences, forums and workshops for 1 person for 2 people for up to 10 people
Discounted subscription to the journal Ecological Management and Restoration (EMR) Available Not available Not available

We also offer a library subscription where libraries received two copies of Australasian Plant Conservation each quarter.

Fees

Membership/subscriptions are for a single calendar year or three calendar years. The membership fees for 2014 are:

Membership type/subscription One year Three years
Individual $70 $175
Individual concession $40 $100
Community Group $105 $265
Small Business (< 20 employees) $105 $265
Corporate/Government Agency $580 $1,450
Library subscription $105 $265
EMR subscription $70.40 n/a

Join today and help save Australia's native plant heritage

Download the membership form (Word doc - fillable form) or contact us to find out more.

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Become a volunteer

Volunteers are always needed.

Volunteer activities at the National Office include maintaining membership databases, distribution of information, helping with the bulletin Australasian Plant Conservation, updating the website, and helping organise conferences, courses and seminars. The scope of the work can be varied to suit your skills and interest, and being based at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, the National Office is a great place to work - volunteers will receive a free parking permit for the Gardens. All help is greatly appreciated.

If you don't live in Canberra, or aren't interested in remote work for the National Office, we have strands of national activity on some issues where you can help, or we can help you to link up with ANPC members and others active in plant conservation in your area.

Interested? Contact us for more information.

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