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We are the world's largest plant conservation network
We mobilise botanic gardens and partners to secure plant diversity
BGCI is working to support the global botanic garden community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
BGCI promotes an efficient, cost-effective and rational approach to plant conservation in botanic gardens.
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Connecting people+625Institutional members of BGCI
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Saving plants+375KRare and threatened seedlings raised for conservation and restoration
Policy and advocacy60BGCI Accredited Botanic Gardens, Conservation Practitioners, and Advanced Conservation Practitioners
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