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Welcome to the online archive of BGCNews, which ran until December 2003.

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BGCNews was changed to BGjournal in 2004. You can browse the BGjournal archives online here.

Publication Year: 
Aug 1995 : Research Institute of Forests and Rangelands (RIFR), Iran by M. Jafari
Aug 1995 : A Conservation Network for Orchids from French Guiana by Guy Chiron
Aug 1995 : Arboretum of Komarov Botanical Institute in St Petersburg, Russia by O.A. Svjazeva & G.A. Firsov
Aug 1995 : The Botanic Garden of Tirana, Albania by Liri Dinga
Aug 1995 : Conservation of the Endangered Kaempferia siphonantha King ex. Baker in the Andaman-Nicobar Archipelago by P.S.N. Rao
Aug 1995 : The Irish Rare and Threatened Plant Seed Bank, and its Use in the Conservation of Irish Biodiversity by James Martin, Steve Waldren and Aileen O'Sullivan
Aug 1995 : Kings Park and Botanic Garden Welcomes International Botanic Garden Conservation Congress by Stephen D Hopper
Aug 1995 : M.M. Grishko Central Botanical Garden Of the National Ukranian Academy of Sciences by Prof.T.M. Cherevchenko and Dr.N.B. Gaponenko
Aug 1995 : The Cultivation and Repatriation of Alsinidendron trinerve, a Threatened Hawai'ian Endemic by Mike Maunder, David Orr, Martin Staniforth and Belinda Parry
Aug 1995 : The Tresor-project of the Newly Established Regional Office of BGCI in The Netherlands by Bert J.W. van den Wollenberg
Aug 1995 : Utrecht University Botanic Gardens - Science, Interpretation, and Care by Akkie Joosse
Aug 1995 : Funding Botanic Gardens and Arboreta in the 21st Century by Peter J Olin.
Aug 1995 : The Jardin Botanico Francisco Javier Clavijero in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico by Andrew P. Vovides, M.E. Cort├ęz, Carlos G. Iglesias & Maite Lascurain

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