General Meeting
27 April 2021
Topic: Glenthorne Farm CP
Speaker: Jarrod Eaton

Saturday 9 May 2021
Propagation Day

Subject to Covid-19 conditions

SAROC Orchid Fair
June (detaile to come)

Torrens Parade Ground

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November 17 2020
SA Gov Covid Safe
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NOSSA orchid Ethics Policies
As a custodian of the native orchids of South Australia, NOSSA has developed some Orchid Ethics policies to help the individual to both better understand the fragility of the orchids and how they can contribute to the continuation of their survival.

Members click here for details of all NOSSA policies.

Non-members can click here for Code of Ethics – Sensitive Sites (or for printing a 2 page version) and here for Ethical Orchid Photography

Wild Orchid Watch
An innovative web-app useful for both getting help in identifying orchids while helping to collect information for researchers. Click here to visit the Wild Orchid Watch website and learn more about this exciting project.

NB: No part of an orchid can be taken from the bush – only photographs & memories

NB: Permission is required before copying images from this website





4 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. About 20 years ago a group from the society visited our property at Forreston and left a list of approx’ 23 species. We have had no stock on the wooded area for this period and were wondering if you wanted to do a revisit?

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