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Declare Your Garden's Committment to the International Agenda

Why Register My Garden?

Your garden can show its committment to the International Agenda, by registering. Registration is free and open to all (your botanic garden is probably already contributing) - and it helps BGCI to demonstrate to policy makers the important role botanic gardens play in meeting conservation targets.

And that means more support and recognition from your local communities and government.

 

Garden Search: IA registrantsSee which gardens around the world have already signed up (currently 432)

 

 

Three Steps to Register

1. Download the registration booklet in your chosen language, or request a printed copy.

englishEnglish registration booklet (PDF 195KB)

frenchFrench registration booklet (PDF 50KB)

spanishSpanish registration booklet (PDF 90KB)

portuguesePortuguese registration booklet (PDF 125KB)
2. Complete the form
3. Mail or fax it back to BGCI:

The Secretary General
Botanic Gardens Conservation International
Descanso House
199 Kew Road
Richmond
Surrey
TW9 3BW, UK
Fax: +44 (0)208 332 5956


 

   
 
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