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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

Ann Rhoads (Class of ’76) named inaugural recipient of Rutgers Gardens’ Hamilton Award    Rutgers Gardens, a public... continue

Chanticleer Scholarship

The Chanticleer Scholarship in Professional Development offers public garden professionals financial support for academic training to... continue

An IMLS-funded project, Safeguarding our Plant Collections, will adapt DNA data and zoo methods to help conserve plant collections. ... continue

One of many invasive species- Buckthorn

One of many invasive species- Buckthorn

Save the date! November 10-11, 2016 LISLE, Ill — Public gardens have special knowledge and perspectives on plants that escape... continue

Pictured at the AFWA awards banquet with the award honoring the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance are, from left, DNR Deputy Commissioner Walter Rabon, DNR Commissioner Mark Williams, DNR Wildlife Resources Division Nongame Conservation Section Chief Dr. Jon Ambrose, Wildlife Resources Division Director Rusty Garrison, Nongame Conservation Section Assistant Chief Mary Pfaffko and former Wildlife Resources Division Director Dan Forster.

PHILADELPHIA (9/14/2016) For 21 years, the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance has helped conserve Georgia’s rare plants. This... continue