Living Collections Expeditions
When
10:00am - 12:00pm, Wednesday, 17 August 2022
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Where
At Kings Park Education Centre Fraser Avenue, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Email
education@bgpa.wa.gov.au
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Kings Park Education and Learning

Kings Park Education and Learning is excited to celebrate National Science Week. On Wednesday 17 August, Matthew Stray, the WA Seed Centre Curator will be popping in for a Q&A on the latest seed collecting trip to the Kimberley region. With his team, they collected seed samples of vulnerable species to help against environmental threats.

Join Matt and the Living Collections team to hear about this latest expedition and ask any burning questions you might have. Learn about the importance of seed collecting for the future of our vulnerable West Australian plant species.

If you are looking for something to do with your students for Science Week there are still places available. Follow Q&A with a Kings Park Education and Learning E-STEM program for the perfect Science Week experience.

Cost:
$12 per student
minimum spend of $180

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