Botanic Gardens Conservation International
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BGCI News Archives

News archives are sorted by year - use the drop-down to explore.

Publication Year: 
22 May : Shenzhen International Award in Plant Sciences - Call for Nominations
15 May : 6th Southeast Asia Botanic Garden Network Conference - Bringing together SEA’s botanic garden community
10 May : Center for Plant Conservation 2017 Annual Meeting
08 May : Peter Wyse Jackson awarded Distinguished Service Medal from the Garden Club of America
04 Apr : How many tree species are there in the world?
20 Mar : Emblematic alpine plants: Towards a better understanding of their fundamental climatic requirements
13 Mar : BGCI Member Gardens finalists for Best Botanical Garden in the U.S.
01 Mar : International day of action on World Biodiversity Day for Let it Grow
28 Feb : Global Seed Conservation Challenge Awards now open!
27 Feb : New article published: "The role of botanic gardens in the twenty-first century"
21 Feb : Free online GIS course series by The Nature Conservancy
15 Feb : The Morton Arboretum announces the promotion of Murphy Westwood, PhD to Director, Global Tree Conservation Program
25 Jan : Let us know about how you have Let it Grow
23 Jan : What defines a botanic garden?
23 Jan : Gap Analyses of Ex situ Collections and In situ Conservation Needs for North American Oak Species
17 Jan : BGCI Appoints Southeast Asia Botanic Gardens Network Coordinator
10 Jan : Jennifer Cruse-Sanders named State Botanical Garden of Georgia director
06 Jan : Communities in Nature Webinars #5: Creative Evaluation Made Easy with Nicky Boyd
06 Jan : bgen Training Day - Journeys into Interpretation. 1st Februaury, 2017
05 Jan : ThreatSearch
03 Jan : Training opportunities at RBG, Kew