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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: 
Oct 2005: Evaluation and Planning for the ‘Schools in the Forest’ Education Programme by Suprabha Seshan
Oct 2005: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Planning by Jeremy Call, Shawn Olsen, David Anderson and William Varga
Oct 2005: Dimensional Design - a Holistic Approach to Garden Planning by Lisa Orgler
Oct 2005: The Case of the Evolution Garden by Dr Wong Wei Har
Oct 2005: Creating a Natural Environment for Learning by Louise Allen
Oct 2005: Education Planning for Financial Survival by Barbara McKean, Royal Botanic Gardens, Canada
Oct 2005: Planning Outside of a Master Plan by Matthew Cole
Oct 2005: Resources from Roots 2:2 Master planning for education by
Oct 2005: Interpretive Master Planning – Keep Your Garden Growing by John Veverka
Apr 2005: International Agendas: Implications for Botanic Garden Education by Daniella Tilbury and Susana Calvo
Apr 2005: Biodiversity Education at a Natural World Heritage Site: Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden. World Heritage Convention by Donavan Fullard
Apr 2005: A Vital Role for Botanic Garden Educators in Plant Conservation: The Global Strategy for Plant Conservation and You! by Sarah Kneebone
Apr 2005: Education as a Tool for the Conservation of Wetlands – the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands by Barrie Cooper
Apr 2005: Resources from Roots 2:1 International Agendas; implications for botanic garden education programes by
Apr 2005: Working Together - Projects Bridging Conventions! Convention to Combat Desertification by Gail Bromley
Apr 2005: From Paper to Practice – Botanic Gardens and the Convention on Biological Diversity by BGCI Members & Supporters