Diane Warman is a botanist and ecologist, and member of the group. She is a former recipient of APS North Shore’s Val Williams Scholarship.
Diane has been surveying Grevillea shiressii since 2010 and spoke to the group in 2013 about her Honours project. Since then she has been contracted by the NSW Government Saving our Species programme to monitor the health, life stage and distribution of the G. shiressii populations on Mooney Mooney and Mullet Creeks. This year Diane will present her results as she has been searching for seedling survivors since the recent high flows and rainfall events experienced on the east coast.
Diane's bio can be found here
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Diane Warman, Norah Head 2021.
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