Pests of Eucalypts Workshop
Australian National Botanic Gardens extended temporary closure
The Australian National Botanic Gardens will be temporarily closed to visitors until 18 June 2020.
Our Gardens are treasured by locals and visitors alike, and we understand many people would have been looking forward to visiting, however the health and wellbeing of our staff, visitors and local communities is our utmost priority. We all have a role to play in minimising the risk of COVID-19.
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We will continue to care for our precious living collections and seed collections during the temporary closure.
We look forward to seeing you again in our beautiful Gardens in the future.
This event has finished
Pests of Eucalypts Workshop ended on Monday 23 March 2020.
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For National Eucalypt Day 2020 join us for an interactive workshop on exotic pests of eucalypts and plant biosecurity at the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
Plant biosecurity plays an important role in protecting the health of plants, including eucalypts, in botanic gardens, the natural environment and agricultural settings. By participating in this workshop you can get involved in plant biosecurity and surveillance for plant pests.
The workshop will include several presentations by experts with a focus on exotic pests of eucalypts and biosecurity. Following the presentations we will head out into the Gardens to undertake field surveillance for pests of eucalypts.
This event is being coordinated by the Botanic Gardens Biosecurity Network which was established by Plant Health Australia.
Monday 23 March, 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
Crosbie Morrison Building