AABR seminar 2013 joining AABR

Our new membership system – effective from 3 October 2013.

For the last 25 years, AABR membership has been awarded as a form of accreditation as a bush regeneration practitioner, with other interested people being “subscribers”. This is no longer the case.

As of Oct 3rd, 2013, Membership is now open to everyone – and AABR awards accreditation through a separate process (See AABR accreditation).

Membership

AABR Members include bush regeneration professionals, volunteers, natural area managers, policy makers, contractors, consultants, nursery people and local, state and Commonwealth government officers – and lots of people who just love the bush and want to see it conserved.

Organisations can now also become members of AABR, with one representative nominated to vote. (Note: This membership is not conferred to the members of that organisation).

Membership Form (individuals) (PDF) | Membership Form (individuals) (Word)
Membership Form (organisations) (PDF) | Membership Form (organisations) (Word)


Note: Membership fees increased from 1 July 2014 as they have remained the same for many years and AABR is now engaging in a higher level of services and activity for members that can’t be met by the current fee.

Annual Membership Fee scale (from July 1st 2014):

Individual Members $30 ($15 unwaged)

Students Free until further notice

Organisational Members*

  • Business (less than 5 employees) $120
  • Business (5-20 employees) $300
  • Business (More than 20 employees) $480
  • Agency (government) $60
  • Not for profit $30 (or $0 if newsletter exchange arranged)

* Does not confer membership to individuals in that organisation or
approval to use the AABR logo in association with that organisation’s name

Benefits of Membership

  • Discount admission to all AABR events including walks and talks, training lectures and seminars.
  • Four newsletters per year.
  • Discount subscription to the journal Ecological Management & Restoration.
  • Opportunities to network with others involved in natural area restoration.
  • AABR advocacy on your behalf and on behalf of the bush!