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Conference 2003
Greening the City:
Bringing Biodiversity Back
into the Urban Environment

Abstract:

Department of Conservation posters

supplied by Jorge Santos (Motukarara Conservation Nursery)

  1. Plants that are Pure Canterbury
    Promoting Genetic Purity
  2. Native plants are best adapted to growing in their local conditions. The same species from different areas can differ in frost hardiness, drought tolerance, salt tolerance and pest resistance.

    For any restoration project it is essential that plants are sourced from similar communities as close as possible to the restoration site.

    This is called Genetic Sourcing.

    Protecting and  Restoring

  3. Planning a Project?
    Interested in Protection, Management and Restoration of Native Ecosystems?
  4. When there are so many questions, it's hard to know where to begin.

    Here's a good place to start: "Protecting and restoring our natural heritage.A practical guide".

Conference sponsored by:

British Council NZ
CCC
The Community Trust
Landcare Research
ECan
PGG

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