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13 October 2017
Wanted! Plants that are missing from botanic garden living collections and seed banks. Do you have them in your collections?
9 October 2017
28 September 2017
BGCI and ArbNet are delighted to announce the first set of grants awarded in the framework of the BGCI/ArbNet Partnership Programme.
World’s botanic gardens contain a third of all known plant species, and help protect the most threatened
25 September 2017
The most in-depth species survey to date finds an “astonishing array” of plant diversity in the global botanic garden network, including 41% of all endangered species.
20 September 2017
The Red List of U.S. Oaks report details for the first time the distributions, population trends, and threats facing all 91 native oak species in the U.S.
13 September 2017
In today’s IUCN Red List update more plants than ever are listed as threatened with extinction. Some of North America’s ash species that are on the brink of extinction due to an invasive beetle decimating their populations and all the European Sorbus species are now assessed.
22 August 2017
14 August 2017
BGCI is delighted to welcome Atlanta Botanical Garden as a Patron Member. As a Patron, Atlanta Botanical Garden joins a growing number of the world's largest and most influential botanic gardens and will play a key role in guiding BGCI's future programme.
4 August 2017
BGCI has set up a new office in Kenya. One of the aims is to provide more support to botanic gardens across Africa. At 6GBGC we held a meeting about reviving the African Botanic Garden Network. Complete our survey to let us know what the network should offer!
3 August 2017
BGCI is conducting a survey, on behalf of a growing consortium of gardens and organisations led by Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, to identify gardens that either have significant collections of North American alpine plants or a desire to help with alpine plant conservation.