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The Botanical Society of South Africa was established in 1913, the same year that the now world famous Kirstenbosch Garden National Botanical Garden was started.
Besides the direct membership benefits one receives (e.g. FREE entry; free excess seeds for South Africa resident ordinary and family members, discounts at the Botanical Society.
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Conservation in action! BotSoc and CREW
Conservation in action- BotSoc and partner, Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers (CREW) South Africa is sitting on a botanical treasure chest, with more than 20 000 plant species… three of the world’s Biodiversity Hotspots…and our own unique plant kingdom. But an alarming 1 in 4 plants are threatened or extremely rare. A scary fact. With 13% of ...
Exciting new BotSoc/CREW bag in Woolworths stores this Dec
In partnership with Woolworths, we are proud to share that a bag has been designed in support of Custodians of Rare and Endangered Wildflowers (CREW) and will be available in stores from December 2013. A special gift for loved ones, friends, colleagues, family. We thank Woolworths for this opportunity and partnership. Woolworths will be stocking ...
Announcement of new president of the BotSoc
We are glad to announce that Prof. George Bredenkamp is the BotSoc’s new president. Due to no nominations having been received for the position of BotSoc president prior to the September 2013 Annual General Meeting of the Society, as indicated in the constitution of the Society, the Council co-opted a president on request. The Council ...
Botanical Society of SA supports Groen Sebenza Para-ecologist training course
This week Groen Sebenza (GS) interns from different regions across the country and different walks of life have come together to learn and share experiences. The Botanical Society of SA, together with CREW, GS supervisors/mentors, and facilitators have planned and hosted a great opportunity training course near Grabouw. This training is aimed at GS ...
Looking back, looking forward 100 years of conserving our flora
BotSoc Highlights of the Century
BotSoc and SANBI Strategic partners for 100 years
Annual Report 2013
CONSTITUTION as of SGM 13.06.13
Annual Report 2012
MOU with SANBI
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