Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)

The Australian Native Plants Society (Australia) (ANPSA) is a federation of seven state-based member organizations for people interested in Australia's native flora, both in aspects of conservation and in cultivation.

A national conference is held biennially for members of the state-based societies. The combined membership is over 9000 people.

Read more about Australian Native Plants Society (Australia):  History, Promotion of Australian Flora, Regional (state-based) Bodies, List of Species and Topics Studied, Australian Plants

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