Endangered Pomaderris Plants

Securing Endangered Pomaderris Plants from Extinction, ACT

  • YEAR: 2016
  • STATE: Australian Capital Territory
  • FOCUS AREAS: Saving Species/SDG 15: Life on Land

Thanks to your support, two endangered Australian plant species will be secured for the future. The best method for growing these two Pomaderris plants will be determined, and resources of seeds and plants from these species will be built up. Animals like the Powerful Owl, Masked Owl, Eastern Bent-winged Bat, Yellow-bellied Glider, and Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby benefit from these Pomaderris species. Before, these plants faced extinction, with no viable way to grow these plants ex-situ. Now, these Pomaderris species will be conserved.

FNPW support

This project was funded through generous donations from FNPW supporters across Australia and beyond.

Project overview

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

FNPW supports projects across Australia. In the spirit of reconciliation the we acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

PROGRESS OF THIS PROJECT

The project is ongoing.

This project was funded by FNPW in 2016.

PROJECT PARTNERS

Australian National Botanic Gardens is the lead organisation for this project.

Further information about our project partner can be found on their website:

www.anbg.gov.au

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