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Roots: Browse by article

roots Education JournalWelcome to the online archive of Roots, the education review for botanic gardens.

Please browse the journal archives by year using the drop-down.

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The articles in Roots are published here two years after publication. To get your own copy as soon as it is printed, you can sign up for the BGCI Education Pack at very low cost.

Publication Year: 
Dec 2000: Killer Plants and the Big Smelly Tree! by D. Sanders
Dec 2000: Girl Scouts Conserving the Tropics! by C. Baldyga
Dec 2000: Eco-Clubs in the Foothill of the Forest by Alex Alexander
Dec 2000: Evaluar Antes de Actuar by M. J. Carrau
Dec 2000: Environmental Ambassadors for Conservation by T.Balcazar, E. Linares & E. Herrera
Dec 2000: Evaluation Gets Results! by L. Debuhr & B. Adelson
Dec 2000: International Partnerships by Bayu Adjie
Dec 2000: Evaluation in Botanic Gardens—Luxury or Necessity? by E. Beckmann
Dec 2000: Improving on Previous Best - Prompts for Self Review by B. Graham
Jul 2000: Teacher Capacity Building: Skills Development Through Environmental Education by A. Symonds
Jul 2000: Fighting the Supermarket Flora by B. Locoro & L. Minuto
Jul 2000: School in the Forest – Educating the Young at the Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary by S. Seshan
Jul 2000: Education by Stealth: The Subtle Art of Educating People Who Didn’t Come to Learn by I. Darwin Edwards
Jul 2000: Representing Nature: The Challenge for Botanic Gardens Educators by John Huckle
Jul 2000: The Genesis of the Medicinal Plants Conservation Network (MPCN) by G. Hariramamurthi