- Professor Hans Lambers
- Dr Marion Cambridge
- Dr Rob Keogh
- Dr Cleve Hassell
- Mr Jock Clough
- Professor John Pate
- Lady Jean Brodie-Hall
- Professor Alan Robson
- Mr. Peter Cundell
- Ms Marion Blackwell
- Professor Steve Hopper, Director Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew
- Ms Philippa Nikulinsky
For more information please contact:
Development and Biodiversity - can they co-exist?
18-19 Sep 2010
On the ecology of WA's arid zone
28 Jun 2011
The Kwongan Foundation for the conservation of Australia's biodiversity has been established to:
- provide resources for research and study at UWA
- implement the gathering and sharing of knowledge
- enable long-term planning
- attract world-class researchers
- achieve tangible improvements in the long-term conservation prospects of endangered plants.
Kwongan Business Plan
Objectives of the Foundation
The Foundation will provide the resources to:
- implement the gathering and sharing of knowledge about our unique flora
- enable planning on a long-term basis for conservation of these plant species
- attract world-class researchers to Western Australia to achieve significant advances and stem the tide of looming extinction for so many species
- address new problems as they arise
- facilitate conservation objectives of the community, industry and Government
- help provide a secure basis for the State's tourist industry
- discover many valuable compounds for medicine and industry
- involve community groups helping with this challenge
The Foundation provides essential income to support promising young researchers in this urgent field of community need.
All this cannot be achieved without your valuable support.
All donations make a measurable difference. Please consider a tax deductible contribution to the Foundation.
All donations of $5000 and above entitle you to become a Patron of the Kwongan Foundation.