Eastern Highlands Symposium
Sunday May 16, 2004

The timetable was as follows. Click on the images to see larger versions.

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A. MORNING SESSION : A RICH NATURAL HERITAGE

8.30am to 9am : Mark Hyde
- Why So Many Different Plants Grow So Well in The Eastern Highlands - An Introduction to the Topography Geology, Climatology, and Diversity of the Mountain Chain.
9am to 9.45am : Bart Wursten
- Fabulous Ferns
Bart Wursten about to speak at the Symposium while Mike Kimberley performs the introduction
9.45am to 10.30am : Darrel Plowes
- Magnificent Wild Flowers/Orchids
Darrel Plowes (left) with Bob Drummond
10.30am to 11am :
TEA
11am to 11.30am : Mike Kimberley
- Aloes and Succulents of the Highlands
Mike Kimberley (left) with Nick Fawcett
11.30am to 12am : Tom Muller
- Glimpses of the Trees of the Rain Forests
Tom Muller (left) with Anthony Mapaura
12am to 12.30pm : Cathy Sharp
- Fascinating Fungi
Cathy Sharp holds up a drawing of a fungus
12.30pm to 1.45pm :
Lunch
The Desert House Lunch time scene

B. AFTERNOON SESSION : HERITAGE IN DANGER

2pm to 2.30pm : Anthony Mapaura
- The International Red Data List of Plants in Trouble in the Mountains
2.30pm to 3pm : Colin Saunders
- Alien Plant Invaders - A Suffocating Menace
Colin Saunders
3pm to 3.20pm : Simon van der Lingen
- A Forestry Industry Perspective
3.20pm to 3.40pm : Nick Fawcett
- The Battle for Nyangani's Forests
3.40pm to 4pm : Mary Clarke
- Lessons In Rehabilitating our Mountain Flora Habitat
4pm to 4.30 : Colin Saunders
- Summary and The Way Forward

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave, 2002-17

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2017). Flora of Zimbabwe: Symposium 2004.
http://www.zimbabweflora.co.zw/news/symposium2004/index.php, retrieved 23 August 2017

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