Roots, the education review for botanic gardens, has been produced biannually since 1990. It has covered topics such as teacher training, interpretation, research and education for sustainability, art, technology and much more. Become a BGCI member to receive the most up to date versions straight into your email in box, hot off the press!

Previous issues can be found in the resources section below.

See Your Work Featured in Roots

The call is now open for the next issue of Roots on Citizen Science. Contribute with:

  • An article with a case study from your practice. Guidelines for Roots authors (2018) final
  • An education resource that you want to share. Guidelines for reviewing a resource for Roots
  • The profile of an amazing volunteer that you want to tell the world about. Roots – Pioneers in public engagement

Deadline for submitting abstracts: 1st June 2019

Contact Lili to find out more.

Associated resources

  • Roots 15.2: Addressing food security

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 15.1: Putting theory into practice

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 14.2: Sowing and nurturing education programmes

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 14.1: Engaging youth

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 13.2: Celebrating our volunteers

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 13.1: Sharing science

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 12.2: Room to grow: Learning spaces in botanic gardens

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 12.1: Marketing to bring your garden to the masses

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 11.2: Beyond the beauty of art in botanic gardens

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 11.1: Transforming audience experience: botanic gardens going digital

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 10.2: Putting the audience first staying relevant in the race to the future

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 10.1: Professional development for educators

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 9.2: Inquiry-Based Science Education

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 9.1: Children's gardens

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 8.2: Science and culture

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 8.1: Growing the social role of botanic gardens

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 7.2: Education and the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 7.1: Education and horticulture

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 6.2: International year of biodiversity

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 6.1: Interpretation for sustainability

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 5.2: From here to eternity? The lessons of Darwin's legacy

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 5.1: Climate change: Can we hadle it?

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 4.2: Time to make waves for water conservation

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 4.1: Linnaeus: Still relevent 300 years on?

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 3.2: Environmental education and play

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English
  • Roots 3.1: Access for all: Problems and solutions

    Public Engagement / BGCI Journal, Publication / English

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