ANPC affiliation with Ecological Management and Restoration
In recognition of the similar goals of the Australian Network for Plant Conservation and the
journal Ecological Management & Restoration (EMR), the Executive of the journal invited ANPC to affiliate with the journal. ANPC agreed to affiliation.
EMR was set up to develop stronger 2-way communication between practitioners and researchers to
communicate the cause of sustainable management and sound restoration of
EMR seeks affiliations with management-oriented organisations to enhance EMR’s capacity to
reach a practitioner/manager readership.
Benefits of affiliation to ANPC
- A sense of partnership with the journal, encouraging members of ANPC to contribute
to and read the journal – thus facilitating the mutually beneficial flow of
- Eligibility (for ANPC individual members) to the affiliate discount subscription
rate. This includes electronic access to the current issue and all back copies.
The subscription rate is currently $70.40 (incl GST) rather than $93.50 for
- ANPC is entitled to one ˝-page free advertisement in EMR each year.
Criteria for affiliation
Affiliation with EMR is limited to organisations that meet all of the following criteria
- Have a not-for-profit status and a public good objective.
- Be primarily directed to practitioner/manager membership.
- Demonstrate that a specific commitment to sustainable management and sound
restoration of locally indigenous ecosystems is part of their primary purpose
and core business.
- Have a clean environmental record.
- Have a high proportion of members who are likely to want to read and contribute to the journal.
- Be in a position to actively promote the journal to their members through such things as placing an option for subscription to EMR on the organisation’s own
membership renewal form.
Other EMR affiliates include:
- Ecological Society of Australia
- The Society for Ecological Restoration International
- Greening Australia Limited
- The Australian Association of Bush Regenerators
- Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association
- Queen Elizabeth II Trust (New Zealand).