Eucalypt - Nov 2015


Eucalypt Newsletter 45  -  Nov 2015  Our Latest Issue of Eucalypt.
New name, new logo - welcome to the first issue of Eucalypt! Edition 45 of our newsletter initiates a new stage in the development of the Association, reflecting its national and growing international membership...  click here to collect your copy

 

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2016 AAFBG Conference


April 29 to May 1, 2016

@ Geelong Conference Centre, Eastern Park, Geelong.

hosted by Friends of the Geelong Botanic Gardens

Go to FGBG website for full details.

 

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Membership


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Eucalypt - Nov 2015
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The Australian Association of Friends of Botanic Gardens

Welcome to the Australian Association of Friends of Botanic Gardens' new look.  The logo of a eucalypt flower with many stamens represents all the members from across Australia, with some affiliates located overseas.  A full explanation will appear in the next edition of the AAFBG newsletter in November 2015.  The newsletter Campsis has been renamed Eucalypt.  It's meaning "well-covered"  appropriately relates to members' news.  Start preparing your articles for the 30 September 2015 deadline to be included in the first edition of Eucalypt.

The AAFBG is a not-for-profit incorporated association.  It involves the community and supports the growth of Friends groups interested in the well-being and public appreciation of botanic gardens through their conservation and development, scientific, educational, historical, cultural and recreational functions. Members represent a range of botanic gardens and parks in regional and metropolitan areas throughout Australia.  Friends groups located in botanic gardens overseas are welcome to be affiliate members.