Annual Seminar and APS Quarterly Gathering – 9.30 am Saturday 8 July 2017
The Annual Seminar is being held on Saturday 8 July this year and to book your place we require you to pay at the time of registration.
We have a great line up of local speakers. Paul Rymer will be speaking on his citizen science
project on Australian peas and climate change. David King will be speaking on the Swamp
Regeneration Project he leads in the upper Blue Mountains and Dick Turner on the Regent
Honey Eater recovery program in the Capertee Valley.
We are holding the Annual Seminar at the Sharon Burridge Hall, Blaxland Community Centre, 33 Hope Street, Blaxland. Registration and morning tea is from 9.30am with the seminar commencing at 10am sharp. Lunch will follow the speakers and Australian plants will also be available for sale. The day will conclude by 2.30pm or so.
The cost of the seminar is $25 for members and $30 for non-members and includes morning tea on arrival and lunch.
Payment must be made at the time of registration in order to secure a place. Payment can be made by cheque or by direct deposit to the following account:
Account Name: Australian Plants Society Blue Mountains Group
BSB No: 032 370
Account No: 114271
Name: Seminar (your name)
Please let Jim know when you have made your payment. We’re hoping for a good turn out and are expecting friends from other APS groups to join us on the day.
APS NSW DISTRICT GROUP GATHERING
2-3 SEPTEMBER 2017
Guest Speaker is Lawrence Smith AM - Landscape Architect
Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture GDLA
Queensland Institute of Technology 1972
Bachelor of Architecture B Arch
University of Queensland 1968
Fellow Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
Associate Royal Australian Institute of Architects
Born 18 August 1943, Brisbane Married 1969.
Awarded in 2003 in recognition of his contribution to the community through the practice of Landscape Architecture
Order of Australia AM
Awarded in 2004 for service to landscape architecture, particularly in the development of major Australian botanic gardens through contributions to professional and community organizations.