WSWA 2023 AGM and State Conference

Wildflower Society of WA (Inc) – WSWA – 2023 State Conference and Annual General Meeting – 24 and 25 June 2023

The Society’s 2023 State Conference and Annual General Meeting will be hosted by the Eastern Hills Branch and will be held, all being COVID-well, on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 June 2023 at the Octagonal Hall, 52 McGlew Road, Glen Forrest.

The registration form for both days is here

The Saturday starts with the State Council meeting, followed by the Annual General Meeting.  Anyone is welcome at the State Council meeting. The State Council is the forum for the presentation of the Society’s activities for the past year and gives everyone an opportunity to hear about and question the work of the Management Committee, Subcommittees and Branches.  The Annual General Meeting (AGM) All incorporated bodies are required to meet annually and this is scheduled to start at 1.30 p.m. on the Saturday afternoon. All Society members can vote at the AGM.

The Sunday programme has been put together by the host Eastern Hills Branch and is outlined on the Registration form.  Please return your registration form to the Society Office – PO Box 519 Floreat 6014, or email it to enquiry@wildflowersocietywa.org.au  soonest – the deadline is set for Friday 9th June but late entries can be processed.

February 2024 Newsletter Now Online

The latest newsletter of the Wildflower Society of WA is now available for download for Society Members.  You may download it here.

As the Newsletter is for Members Only, you may need to log in to the Members Only section of the website.  If you have any problems doing this, please email memberships@wildflowersocietywa.org.au for assistance from one of our member volunteers.

Those who receive the hard copy of the newsletter will receive it in the next two weeks.

Those who also subscribe to Australian Plants should also receive the latest issue.

Newsletters from APS

We regularly receive hard copies of newsletters from related ANPSA organisations in other parts of Australia, which are distributed to each branch for members to read.  We are now receiving digital copies of some of these newsletters which may be downloaded – MEMBERS ONLY.  Only the current copy will be available for download due to size restrictions.  On our website now – Members Only – are newsletters from TasmaniaNSWVictoria – all December 2019.  Go to the newsletters page here.

Listing of Committees and Sub Committees

The full listing of Committees and Sub Committees of the Wildflower Society is now available online – Members Only.  Committee members and a brief description of each Committee is also included.  Know what your Society is doing… and perhaps get involved yourself!  Download the document on the WSWA Governance page.

Newsletters from ANPSA – Members Only

We regularly receive hard copies of newsletters from related ANPSA organisations in other parts of Australia, which are distributed to each branch for members to read.  We are now receiving digital copies of some of these newsletters which may be downloaded – MEMBERS ONLY.  Only the current copy will be available for download due to size restrictions.  On our website now – Members Only – are newsletters from Canberra – Dec 2018 as well as Tasmania – Dec 2018.  Go to the newsletters page here.

 

Renewals Coming Soon

Many members will be renewing within the next six weeks.  Renewals can be made online on the ‘My Membership’ page – which is under the ‘Members’ main menu.  This Members Only area requires a password, although if you have previously logged into the system (on the same computer or device) you should get automatic entry.

Once on the ‘My Membership’ page, you will see the word ‘Renew’ in very small letters under your membership type.  Press the words and follow the instructions!

If you have any trouble renewing, or logging in, please email memberships@wildflowersocietywa.org.au for assistance from a volunteer member.  Of course, you can always renew in the usual way – with a cheque by post, or by telephoning the office during normal business hours and providing details over the phone.

Thank you for your support!

Wildflower Society – Members Update – October

The most recent monthly update from the Management Committee is now available on our website, access exclusively for Members only. Log in to the Members area and then the tab ‘Management Committee Updates.’ If you have any difficulties logging in to the system, please email our volunteer administrator at nmcl@westnet.com.au – we can reset your password, give you a simpler password, or guide you through the log-in procedure.  Link here.

May Management Update Now Available

The most recent monthly update from the Management Committee is now also available on our website, access exclusively for Members only. Log in to the Members area and then the tab ‘Management Committee Updates.’ If you have any difficulties logging in to the system, please email our volunteer administrator at nmcl@westnet.com.au – we can reset your password, give you a simpler password, or guide you through the log-in procedure.

Members Only Event !

Well known eucalyptus experts Dean Nicolle and Malcolm French this evening!  Dean Nicolle has two popular titles recently published:  Taller Eucalypts for Planting in Australia: Their Selection, Cultivation and Management and also Smaller Eucalypts for Planting in Australia: Their Selection, Cultivation and Management and Malcolm French, whose most recent very popular book is also available from the Society, Eucalypts of Western Australia’s Wheatbelt have agreed to give a talk on their work and latest publications to the membership.

This is a Members Only event – details on the Members Only website page – link here.  If you are having trouble logging in, or are a member and would like the details emailed to you, please email nmcl@westnet.com.au for help!

AGM and Conference in Merredin

The 2017 State Conference and AGM will be hosted by Merredin Branch on 24-25 June 2017. Details on our events calendar include Registration forms, Nomination forms, information about accommodation and many other things you need to know.

It will be a beautiful time to be in the wheatbelt, and we look forward to seeing everyone there.

More information in the Events Calendar here.