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12 April 2017
Yvette Harvey-Brown from BGCI reports on the latest ERA tropical forest restoration training course held at Tooro Botanical Garden in Uganda.
4 April 2017
BGCI can now tell us– 60,065 tree species. ‘GlobalTreeSearch’ is the first list of its kind, documenting all of the world’s known tree species and their country level distributions.
20 March 2017
Do you work at a botanic garden or arboretum? If so, please complete a short, online survey https://surveymonkey.com/r/VVDYNJB about alpine plants and their ecological requirements before May 2017 for Daniela Cárdenas, MSc student.
16 March 2017
13 March 2017
16 BGCI Member Gardens have been chosen as finalists for the USA Today's Readers' Choice Award for "Best Botanical Garden". Vote for your favorite garden online! Polls close on Monday, March 27, winners will be announced on Friday, March 31.
28 February 2017
We are asking botanic gardens that have banked useful, rare or difficult to collect species to nominate themselves for the GSCC awards.
27 February 2017
Leaders at Denver Botanic Gardens and the United States Botanic Garden recently teamed up to publish an article on "The role of botanic gardens in the twenty-first century".
21 February 2017
Fundamentals of GIS for Conservation: free online course series offered by The Nature Conservancy
The Morton Arboretum announces the promotion of Murphy Westwood, PhD to Director, Global Tree Conservation Program
15 February 2017
The Morton Arboretum has named Murphy Westwood, Ph.D. Director of the institution’s Global Tree Conservation Program (GTCP).