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Roots Previous Issues: 7-27; 1.1 - 2.2

NB - please note that Roots 7-16 are large files, about 20 MB, and will take a while to download - please be patient.

 

Roots 2:2 - Master Planning for Education PDF 1.6MB

Roots 2:1 - International Agendas: Implications for Botanic Gardens PDF 1.4 MB

Roots 1:2 - Botanic Gardens and Zoos: Synergies for the Future PDF 740 KB

Roots 1:1 - Ecotourism and Botanic Gardens PDF 2.3MB

Roots 27 – Teaching Ecological Concepts PDF 875kb

Roots 26 – Planting for Education PDF 832kb

Roots 25 – Networking and Partnerships PDF 944kb

Roots 24 – Interpretation PDF 806kb

Roots 23 – Sustainability for the Future PDF 738kb

Roots 22 – Environmental Ethics PDF 1.8MB

Roots 21- Evaluation PDF 796kb

Roots 20 – 4th International Congress on Education in Botanic Gardens PDF 635kb

Roots 19 – Ethnobotany PDF 777kb

Roots 18 – Public and Adult Education PDF 585kb

Roots 17 – Education for Sustainability PDF 433kb

Roots 16 – Focus on Africa PDF 18.0MB

Roots 15 – Environmental Education Research PDF 19.7MB

Roots 14 – Habitats PDF 17.6MB

Roots 13 – Science PDF 17.8MB

Roots 12 – Mixed Themes PDF 18.2MB

Roots 11 – Teacher Training PDF 18.6MB

Roots 10 – Exhibitions PDF 14.2MB

Roots 9 – Outreach Programmes PDF 18.4MB

Roots 8 – Gardens for Education PDF 15.4MB

Roots 7 – Interpretive Signs PDF 14.9MB

Roots Index to issues 1 - 20 1.35MB
Index to organisations, people, meetings, subjects, resources and places.
Index to article authors and guest editors. 

Roots index to issues 20-27 and Volumes 1 - 4 1.3MB

 

The back catalogue of Roots can be downloaded here and is also available in PDF form on the BGCI CD Rom 'Plants for the planet: Resouces for botanic gardens'. This can be ordered using the publication request form.

Don't want to download PDFs? Prefer to browse article by article or search by author or date? Online archives of Roots articles are available here

   
 
Last Child in the Woods
Richard Louv's book argues that children desperately need to be able to play in the woods - and that Western culture's sterile rejection of nature is harming them in body and soul.