BHP to host seed bank 'think tank'

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BHP has partnered with the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority (BGPA) to hold an interactive ‘think thank’ as part of a multi-million dollar Restoration Seed Bank Initiative (RSB).

Slated for early this month, the think tank will see six local and international experts convene for workshops and mine site visits in the PIlbara to aid research in seed technology in Western Australia.

The group will examine the latest methods in rehabilitation practices and work towards new solutions for native plant establishment and new approaches to the rehabilitation of mined areas.


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