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10 January 2017
Jennifer M. Cruse-Sanders, vice president for science and conservation at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, has been named director of the State Botanical Garden of Georgia at UGA, effective Feb. 15, 2017.
5 January 2017
ThreatSearch is the most comprehensive database of conservation assessments of plants. It contains over 242,000 conservation assessments, representing over 150,000 plant taxa.
3 January 2017
Last year the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew launched a series of Modular Certificates. These are primarily practical placements with some coursework.
12 December 2016
BGCI and the IPSN took part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge and this year raised £16,553.75, beating our target.
8 December 2016
BGCI is conducting an analysis of ex situ collections of Theaceae taxa using information held in our PlantSearch database. If your garden has a Theaceae collection, we need your help!
30 November 2016
BGCI is delighted to announce the 2016 winners of the Marsh Awards are Jenny Cruse Sanders for International Plant Conservation and Iwa Kołodziejska for Education in Botanic Gardens.
22 November 2016
BGCI is delighted to welcome the the Royal Botanic Gardens, Victoria, as a Patron Member. As a Patron, the Royal Botanic Gardens joins a growing number of the world's largest and most influential botanic gardens and will play a key role in guiding BGCI's future programme.
14 November 2016
BGCI are taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge, a yearly fundraising event; this year money raised will be used to support the IPSN! Donate any time from midday Tuesday 29th November to midday Friday 2nd December 2016 for the chance to get your donation doubled and help keep trees healthy