How to conserve the amazing botanical richness across Gondwana Link.

Visitors from many places visiting Gondwana Link’s biological richness. Photo Keith Bradby

That was the main topic of conversation during this visit of eminent scientists. Pictured here, sheltering from the elements in Wajon’s shed at Chingarrup Sanctuary, are Steve Hopper, UWA’s Professor of Plant Conservation Biology , Guy Groenewegen (Kings Park volunteer), Chris Robinson from Greening Australia, Luke Sweedman from Kings Park, Dr Lyndon Lee, a hydrogeomorphologist from Seattle, Mrs and Dr Robin Probert (Head of Seed Technology, Millennium Seed Bank, Kew Gardens), Emma Underwood, Mediterranean ecosystems specialist from University of California, Davis, and Dr Peggy Fiedler (ecological scientist from San Francisco). Their visit took in a number of restoration properties in the Link’s Fitz-Stirling area, including the recent plantings on Chingarrup Sanctuary and Nowanup.


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© Raana Scott - Carnaby cockatoo in flight, flame grevillea