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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.

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Oct 2004: From Menageries to Masterplans: Linking the Botanical with the Zoological by John Arnott
Oct 2004: Conservation education - the value of training by Jamie Copsey
Oct 2004: Gondwana Connection - partnerships for learning by Kathy Stewart
Oct 2004: Taking a Holistic Approach to Environmental Education by Catherine Hubbard
Oct 2004: Should botanic gardens keep animals as exhibits? by BGCI members and supporters
Oct 2004: Resources from Roots 1:2 Botanic gardens and zoos; synergies for the future by
Oct 2004: Indian Zoological and Botanical Gardens – Historical perspective and a way forward by Sally Walker, Adit Pal, B. Rathanasabapathy & R. Manikam
Oct 2004: Plant education in zoos by BGCI members and supporters
Oct 2004: From the lion’s cage: a new education programme at Munda Wanga Environmental Park by Emma Stone
Apr 2004: Sustainable Tourism and Botanic Gardens – a Win-Win Situation? by Sue Minter
Apr 2004: Changing Perceptions Through Ecotours by Rusty Worsman and Karen Gray
Apr 2004: Attracting ‘Green’ Tourists To Your Garden by Sarah Kneebone
Apr 2004: ‘Geotourists’ – The Next Big Thing for Botanic Gardens? by Prof R. Benfield
Apr 2004: Encounters With Kenyan Succulents by Abel Barasa Atiti
Apr 2004: L'Intégration Du Jardin Botanique Du Montet Dans Des "Produits Touristiques" by Romaric Pierrel & Rémi Saxe
Apr 2004: Tourism For Survival by John Leach