SABONET-Lesotho supports three herbaria in the country: the National University of Lesotho Herbarium (ROML) in Roma, the Maseru Agricultural Herbarium (MASE) in Maseru, and the herbarium in the remote Sehlabathebe National Park (SNPH). Sehlabathebe is the country's only national park and is situated at an altitude of 2,400 m above sea level in the Drakensberg Mountains. SABONET also supports the Katse Botanical Garden, southern Africa's only Alpine botanical garden, established close to the Katse Dam in the centre of the Mountain Kingdom (as Lesotho is also known). SABONET-Lesotho hosted a regional grass identification course held at the National University in December 1997. At a national level, a Plant Identification Course has been presented by university botanists to staff of the Conservation Division of the Ministry of Agriculture. Staff attached to ROML has also been supported for post-graduate studies (BSc Honours and MSc) in systematics/biodiversity at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Staff attached to ROML has also assisted colleagues in Botswana and Zambia in the use of the PRECIS Specimen Database. Mr Thulo Qhotsokoane and Mr Moretloa Polaki have exchanged the position of National Coordinator of Lesotho on a yearly basis.