Habitat restoration programs are effective at re-vegetating degraded land, yet most fail to restore vital ecosystem services such as insect-mediated pollination.
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Insect ecophysiology, landscape energetics and pollination failure
Kings Park at Heart
All visitors and members of the community are invited to contribute to a unique and special social history project.
Closures and service interruptions
The Authority seeks to advise the community on all planned upcoming closures and impacts on access caused by inclement weather conditions and fire danger.
Cryopreservation in Kings Park
Cryopreservation is the ultra-low temperature storage applied for plant conservation by the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority.
Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park Opening
The new Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park opened to Western Australian families 9.30 am on Saturday, 15 October 2011.
Kings Park Expedition Success
Two of Western Australia’s plant experts recently embarked on a 1600 km journey through the mid-west to retrace the footsteps of Sir Robert Austin’s famous expedition of 1854.
Bold Park Management Plan
The Bold Park Management Plan 2011–2016 has been approved and endorsed by the Hon. Bill Marmion MLC, Minister for Environment; Water.
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