The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority (BGPA) has signed up to the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration as part of our ongoing commitment to protecting local biodiversity.
The campaign of the Decade – Generation Restoration - calls for world-wide action in preventing and reversing ecosystem damage to create a sustainable future for future generations.
Through scientific research, bushland restoration, educational outreach and native plant conservation, BGPA strives to preserve and protect Western Australia’s ecosystems and contribute to the global effort towards ecological restoration.
The next ten years will see more innovative projects and programs launched in ongoing efforts towards #GenerationRestoration – watch this space!
What can you do?
- Join the #GenerationRestoration movement
- Support the 10 actions of the UN Decade Strategy
- Share the Special Issue magazine.
- Promote the Special Issue on your social media. Access images and promotional information.
- Volunteer with Kings Park or Bold Park. Contact us to find a role that suits your passion and interests.
- Become a member of the Friends of Kings Park or Friends of Bold Park Bushland.
- Become a corporate supporter or enter an employee partnership.
The latest updates and news on our involvement in #GenerationRestoration, the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration.
The WASC in Kings Park has been involved in the collection, storage and testing of Western Australian native plant seed for over 40 years.
The Science team undertakes state-wide conservation science to build on and share knowledge of WA’s unique and world-renowned biodiversity.
Kings Park Education programs highlight the unique plants, people and places of Western Australia and the role we can all play in a sustainable future.
Few people - even residents of Western Australia - will ever have the opportunity to see the State's endangered plants growing in their natural habitats.