As we build up to the #CityNatureChallenge2022, join our next plant conservation webinar, where we'll brief you on the event
EIAs are powerful tools to help guide decision-making on projects BEFORE they happen, and even to shape projects to be more appropriate
How did Sir David Attenborough and The Green Planet team bring plants to life in SUCH a spectacular way in the BBC's The Green Planet?
As a plant lover, you appreciate our indigenous plant life. But many people simply don’t notice plants.
We hear from the Australian organisers of the GSB as well as the varied experiences of selected participants from across the country, from first timers and veterans.
What is stewardship and when is it the appropriate mechanism to expand the conservation estate?
We focus on the conservation status and extent of our grasslands, threats and appropriate fire management.
The launch of 'Saunders’ Field Guide to Gladioli of South Africa' the first of its kind to offer a complete photographic record of the 166 species that occur in the country!
The biggest threats to our indigenous plant and habitats: alien invasive plant species and how to respond to this challenge.
Discuss principles of land management, what happens when land is not managed sustainably
Understanding the complexities surrounding medicinal plant use.
Poaching and the illegal trade of succulents is a major challenge to plants in South Africa.
We delve into the history of local botanical citizen science and how those roots are directly connected to BotSoc and CREW. We also find out from active iNaturalist members why they find recording nature so rewarding.
We chat to plant ecologist Dr Pat Holmes about some principles behind ecosystem restoration and how we can play an active role in restoring South Africa’s many damaged ecosystems.
We look at plants on the edge of extinction, with an overview presentation by South African National Biodiversity Institute’s Domitilla Raimondo, with discussion and Q&A moderated by BotSoc’s Rupert Koopman.