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23 August 2016
19 August 2016
Leading Botanical Organizations Work To Save North American Plants In A Global Context
18 August 2016
The culmination of seven years work, Laos' first botanic garden, Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden, opens on the 1st November. Find out more here.
8 August 2016
A new professional network is being formed by botanists and conservationists from across North and Central America. Oaks of the Americas Conservation Network (OACN) is a consortium of experts dedicated to protecting threatened oak species from extinction
27 July 2016
The 6th Global Botanic Gardens Congress will be held in Geneva, Switzerland from 26-30 June, 2017. The Congress will be hosted by the Conservatory and Botanical Garden of the City of Geneva,
26 July 2016
Do you want to enhance your CV, donate your spare time to a charity or learn about botanic garden education? BGCI is the world’s largest plant conservation network, and our Education team are looking for enthusiastic individuals to get involved.
20 July 2016
In May, BGCI was proud to announce the launch of its new project Big Picnic: Big Questions – Engaging the public with Responsible Research and Innovation on Food Security. The first partner meeting for the project was held on the 21st and 22nd June in Northern Greece.
12 July 2016
BGEN, LEEF and BGCI, networking organisations with a focus on outdoor learning, are co-organising a networking day at RBG Kew. Find out more and book your place.
11 July 2016
Ccan you help? Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden, the first ever in Laos, will open to the public soon after many years of research and hard work, and they are looking for help to make sure it happens with their IndieGoGo fundraising campaign.
11 July 2016
Grow Wild is BGCI member Kew Garden’s national outreach initiative, and it has been shortlisted for a prestigious National Lottery Award. Kew is appealing for BGCI members to encourage thousands of people to vote for Grow Wild to be crowned the UK’s best environmental project.