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NEW video: Seed Conservation Directory of Expertise Dashboard
A video is now available which explains our Seed Conservation Directory of Expertise Dashboard. This video was developed in collaboration with the National Tropical Botanic Garden in Hawai’i.Find out more!
BGCI's 2018 Member's Review
BGCI highlights our work with members in 2018!Read the 2018 Member's Review
New: In Defense Of Plants podcast - The state of the world's tree
This podcast talks about the challenge of assessing the world's trees and features BGCI's Head of Conservation Prioritisation, Malin Rivers.Listen to the podcast here!
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.
Watch our 30th anniversary video
Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) was established in 1987 to link the botanic gardens of the world in a global network for plant conservation.Learn more
BGCI has produced a set of searchable databases for those working in botanic gardens and plant conservation.
The only global database of living plants in the world's botanic gardens
The only global directory of the world's botanic gardens
The most comprehensive global database of tree species and their country-level distributions
The most comprehensive database of plant conservation assessments
One of BGCI's major roles is as a publisher of guidance and policy information for and about plant conservation. Most are available free for download; others can be ordered in hard copy for a small fee. Some of our publications are only available to members.View all resources
The worldwide journal of botanic garden conservation.View publication
The worldwide journal of botanic garden education.View publication
Species Recovery Manual
BGCI and the International Association of Botanic Gardens (IABG) have published a new manual to guide species recovery projects.View publication
BGCI Training materials
BGCI has produced a series of training materials useful for those working in botanic gardens and plant conservation.View training resources
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No matter what size donation, every contribution makes a real difference to us. Plants are essential for all life on earth, yet one-third of all plant species are threatened with extinction! BGCI's nimble team needs your help to carry out vital conservation work around the world.Donate now