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Partners

The Australian Seed Bank Partnership brings together expertise from leading Australian botanic gardens, state environmental organisations and non-government organisations.  Having identified the increasing need for native seed knowledge and availability, our partnership is creating an insurance policy for our native plant diversity by collecting, researching germination and storage requirements, and securely banking Australian seeds for plant conservation, research and education.

Our Partners are:
 

Australian National Botanic Gardens

The Australian National Botanic Gardens Seed Bank

The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust

Australian PlantBank
The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust

Northern Territory Government

George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden
Parks and Wildlife Commission

Seeds for Life, Queensland

Queensland Seeds for Life (Q-SFL)

Brisbane Botanic Gardens Conservation Seed Bank, Brisbane City Council
Environmental Futures Centre, Griffith University

The Integrated Seed Research Unit, The University of Queensland

South Australian Seed Conservation Centre
Botanic Gardens of South Australia

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

SeedSafe – Tasmania
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

 

The Victorian Conservation Seedbank
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria

 

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

The Western Australia Seed Technology Centre
Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Threatened Flora Seed Centre
Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia

Millennium Seed Bank
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.

The Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.

Greening Australia

Greening Australia