We want to give you the opportunity to contribute to Australia’s ten-year native seed and landscape restoration strategy.
The Project Phoenix team are creating a ten-year native seed and landscape restoration strategy. Through the development of this strategy, we’re setting out to fulfil the vision of a more robust, sustainable and resilient native seed sector.
Project Phoenix arose from the recent bushfires and the recognition that we can and need to do better with our native seeds.
It involves experts and representatives from across the native seed sector, in 30 projects that are delivering against eight strategic priorities. Project Phoenix has created the opportunity to develop a strategic roadmap that will build the capacity of the sector and its ability to respond to current and future challenges.
To achieve this, we’ve identified five pillars that can make this happen:
Over the course of 14 virtual workshops, we want to hear your thoughts on where you want the sector to be in ten years’ time and how we can get there.
The virtual workshops will be held throughout April and May, and will be open to everyone. Each workshop will run for up to 2 hours and will focus on the five pillars, each state and territory, and the national perspective.
You can register for as many workshops as you like by following the links below.
(click links to register now).
Please note we have revised the day and time of the ACT workshop to reflect the local public holiday.
|Research and development||10:00am, Monday 19 April|
|Conservation||2:00pm, Monday 19 April|
|Building capability and networks||10:00am, Tuesday 20 April|
|Securing supply||2:00pm, Tuesday 20 April|
|Understanding demand||10:00am, Wednesday 21 April|
|New South Wales||2:00pm, Wednesday 21 April|
|Queensland||10:00am, Thursday 22 April|
|Western Australia||2:00pm, Thursday 22 April|
|Victoria||2:00pm, Monday 26 April|
|ACT, SA, NT and TAS||10:00am, Tuesday 27 April|
|National||2:00pm, Wednesday 28 April|
|National||2:00pm, Tuesday 11 May|
|National||7:00pm, Wednesday 12 May|
|National||10:00am, Thursday 13 May|