To date, the majority of the RTBGs’ involvements in project-based conservation initiatives have occurred via external funding and partnerships.  TEMCO and the Tasmanian Minerals Council have provided, and continue to provide, funding for various Tasmanian threatened species programs.  Other organisations contribute to similar programs via funding, support or in partnership including

The conservation of Tasmanian rare and threatened species at the RTBG is largely practiced through seedbanking, propagation (including propagation research), dissemination of  specimens for environmental rehabilitation projects, and the housing of ex-situ threatened species collections. Plants housed in our collections are regularly used in the Gardens education programs. RTBG staff are also involved in monitoring and habitat restoration work.
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Collecting seed of Rhodanthe anthemoides(Asteraceae) on cliffs above the Ouse River, Central Highlands, Tasmania.

Collecting seed of Rhodanthe anthemoides(Asteraceae) on cliffs above the Ouse River, Central Highlands, Tasmania.