Endangered Conifers of the World – a talk organised by Jersey Trees for Life

ENDANGERED CONIFERS OF THE WORLD by DAN LUSCOMBE AND MARTIN GARDNER

Dan and Martin are renowned experts on conifers. We’re thrilled that they have offered to share their knowledge with us in Jersey. Whilst here, they’ll be visiting the Val de la Mare Arboretum and we very much look forward to hearing their advice and opinions about our Pine and Conifer Zones. An evening not to be missed!

DETAILS Wednesday 30th April 8 pm The Lecture Theatre at Durrell Conservation Academy (Durrell Wildlife Park)
FREE (retiring collection)
RSVP by email or voice message (Tel: 857611)(admin@jerseytreesforlife.org )

Dan Luscombe is the Assistant Curator and Nursery Manager at the National Pinetum at Bedgebury in Sussex. Bedgebury is managed by the Forestry Commission and is one of the world’s leading conifer collections. Dan’s work has taken him to every continent with the exception of the Antarctic. He is also the Secretary of the British Conifer Society.
Martin Gardner is Programme Co-ordinator at the Royal Botanical Garden, Edinburgh. He has worked with the International Conifer Conservation Programme since its establishment in 1991. His current research interests include New Caledonian conifers, endemic flora of China and the establishment and maintenance of ex situ conservation collections.

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