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Knowing what plant species are held in collections is important for prioritizing next steps to safeguard imperiled species. A North... continue
Hagley Museum and Library is pleased to join the American Public Gardens Association as an Institutional Member in support of the... continue
Recipient: Andrew J. Sell, The University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment Project: Evaluating The... continue
KENNETT SQUARE, PA (October, 2016) – Plants are essential to life on earth. They provide food, clothing, shelter, clean... continue
Desert Botanical Garden is one of 36 U.S. botanic institutions that work with the Center for Plant Conservation to conserve native, rare plant species. Its greenhouse hosts 52 species of rare, threatened and endangered plants. Kim McCue (left), co-director of the master’s degree program in plant biology and conservation, and Tyna Yost, a recent graduate, inspect plants at the greenhouse.
New ASU master’s degree joins forces with Desert Botanical Garden to grow the pool of plant experts Sept. 30, 2016- Written... continue