Conference Edition


Read about out 2016 AAFBG Conference held in Geelong this year.

TOPIC:  Regional Relevance Botanic Environments and their Survival in a time of Global Warming

AAFBG Conference Edition (pdf)

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Eucalypt - May 2016


Eucalypt Newsletter 45  -  Nov 2015  Our Latest Issue of Eucalypt.
Welcome to the second issue of Eucalypt.  Read about our 2016 AAFBG biennale Conference hosted by the Friends of Geelong Botanic Gardens and all the latest news.....  click here to collect your copy

 

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Membership


Become a member of Australian Association of Friends of Botanic Gardens Inc. read more
Conference Edition
Eucalypt - May 2016
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The Australian Association of Friends of Botanic Gardens

Welcome to the Australian Association of Friends of Botanic Gardens' new look.  The logo of a eucalypt flower with many stamens represents all the members from across Australia, with some affiliates located overseas.  A full explanation will appear in the next edition of the AAFBG newsletter in November 2015.  The newsletter Campsis has been renamed Eucalypt.  It's meaning "well-covered"  appropriately relates to members' news.  Start preparing your articles for the 30 September 2015 deadline to be included in the first edition of Eucalypt.

The AAFBG is a not-for-profit incorporated association.  It involves the community and supports the growth of Friends groups interested in the well-being and public appreciation of botanic gardens through their conservation and development, scientific, educational, historical, cultural and recreational functions. Members represent a range of botanic gardens and parks in regional and metropolitan areas throughout Australia.  Friends groups located in botanic gardens overseas are welcome to be affiliate members.