Botanic Gardens Conservation International
BGCI provides a global voice for all botanic gardens, championing and celebrating their inspiring work. We are the world's largest plant conservation network, open to all. Join us in helping to save the world's threatened plants.

Botanic Garden Networks in the Americas

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Archived pages: BGCI Canada

The Canadian Botanical Conservation Network (CBCN)


Contact: Dr David Galbraith




Center for Plant Conservation (CPC) Founded in 1984, the CPC is a network of botanic gardens and arboreta with a mission to conserve and restore the rare native plants of the United States. It currently has 580 of America’s rarest native plants conserved in the national collection it coordinates.

American Public Gardens Association (APGA)



Caribbean Botanic Gardens for Conservation Network (CBGCN)
Belize Botanic Gardens
P.O. Box 180
San Ignacio, Cayo
Belize, Central America

Tel: (501) 824-3101
Fax: (501) 824-3301
Contact: Judy du Plooy

Report from 2nd CBGCN Conference, 2005:

Botanic Gardens - Network Proposal and Bye-laws for the Caribbean Botanic Gardens for Conservation (CBGC)


The Caribbean and Central American Botanic Garden Network

The Caribbean and Central American Botanic Garden network was established to allow gardens stay up to date with the latest developments with other botanical institutions from across the region. Botanical Bridges is a 6 monthly printable E.newsletter based on contributions from gardens which will sent to all subscribers sharing some of the botanical highlights (new projects, plant collecting trips etc.) challenges like propagation and opportunities for staff and seed exchanges.

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