Sustainability Newsletter Launched
3 October 2005
In Issue One of the new People and Plants International newsletter, you can read about successful local initiatives in sustainability from around the world, including projects run in or with botanic gardens.
The "Hawaiian Renaissance" interview is one example, in which we discover that the Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden was created to support the Native Hawaiian cultural traditions of agricultural technology and plant use, and to conserve the valuable plant resources that form the basis of many cultural practices.
In addition to working with large landowners to save threatened and rare endemic species from extinction, the Garden provides, through its growing nursery, a large range of endemics for local farmers and gardeners.
PPI's Louis Putzel spoke with Brian Kiyabu, the Garden's horticulturalist with substantial experience in restorative ecology, about the Garden's role in ecological restoration and in the local community.
17 July 2014
16 July 2014
16 July 2014
1 July 2014
The Contribution of Botanical Gardens to Ecological Restoration and Restoring Natural Capital, Public Symposium, 16th July 2014, Missouri Botanical Garden
23 June 2014