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Resilience Matters: Opportunities for Action to Strengthen Communities

Island Press is excited to share that the Urban Resilience Project has just released our 2021 free e-book compilation. The compilation comprises of the best 50 articles from 2021 that the Project published in outlets such as U.S. News & World...

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4/4/22
2022 Membership Insights Report: How 150 Experts Are Navigating Digital and Hybrid Initiatives in Museum Membership

We are excited to announce the release of our 2022 Membership Insights Report: How 150 Experts Are Navigating Digital and Hybrid Initiatives in Museum Membership. With fresh data and findings, this report examines what virtual offerings remain a...

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4/4/22
Indigenous farmers are ‘rematriating’ centuries-old seeds to plant a movement

Learn how heirloom plants from museums and seed banks are being reconnected with their original tribal stewards for cultural preservation and food security.

by Kalen Goodluck. 

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2/28/22
Native Pollinator Garden Recipe Cards

These regionally specific Native Pollinator Garden Recipe Cards are designed with easy to follow guidelines for creating home pollinator gardens that provide diverse and colorful herbaceous floral displays and resources across growing seasons. The...

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1/27/22
Potentially Problematic Common Names in North American Public Gardens

 The Plant Nomenclature & Taxonomy (PNT) Community of the American Public Gardens Association, in conjunction with the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries (CBHL), has created a resource contextualizing plant common names in use today...

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12/17/21
REALM Project Resources and Toolkits

To assist the museum sector, the REALM (REopening Archives, Libraries,and Museums) team has compiled relevant results and resources into a toolkit specifically designed to help museums make informed decisions. We are regularly updating the toolkit to...

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11/23/21
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November Lunch and Learn: Creating Year End Fundraising Appeals

Did you know that more than 2/3 of charitable giving in the U.S. happens between November 15 and December 31 each year?  If you don’t offer your donors the chance to support your garden in that window, they will not have the chance to say “Yes!”  Is it...

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11/3/21
Giving Tuesday Toolkit 2021

2021 is the year you've made every giving day, nay, every giving moment count. With the finish line so near, get got a clear plan and all the tools you need to achieve Giving Tuesday greatness.

FUNRAISE'S 2021 GIVING TUESDAY TOOLKIT INCLUDES:...

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11/2/21
The susceptibility of botanic gardens, and their responses, to natural and man-made disasters

The next instalment in BGCI’s Technical Review series is now available: The susceptibility of botanic gardens, and their responses, to natural and man-made disasters

This Review looks at the nature, frequency and impacts of natural and man-made...

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10/29/21
Chesapeake Bay Trust Native Plant Species Selection Guide

A informational document on native plant species selection for the Chesapeake Bay region.

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10/29/21
The Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report

The Status of Tribes and Climate Change (STACC) Report seeks to uplift and honor the voices of Indigenous peoples across the U.S. to increase understanding of Tribal lifeways, cultures, and worldviews; the climate change impacts Tribes are experiencing...

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10/27/21
Biocultural Diversity for Food System Transformation Under Global Environmental Change

Biocultural diversity is central to the nutrition, resilience, and adaptive capacity of Indigenous and traditional peoples, who collectively maintain the longest ongoing human experiences with the provision of food under environmental change. In the...

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10/18/21
Urban Arboreta: Havens of Biodiversity Provide Important Information on Tree Pests

Starting in 2015, the USDA Forest Service entered a partnership with Arnold Arboretum (Boston, MA) and Green-Wood Cemetery (Brooklyn, NY) to sample stressed trees for native and non-native wood boring insect species, specifically targeting potential...

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10/18/21
BHS: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. During this annual event, government and industry leaders come together to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity. It's crucial for businesses like yours to stay cyber-secure in order to...

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10/17/21
Forest Bathing 101: Tapping into Everyday Nature

An interactive, meditative “stroll” guided by Judy Beaudette, who explains the history behind forest bathing (‘shinrin yoku’ in Japan), a research-based mindfulness practice that offers wellness through immersion in nature. Evidence-based research...

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9/28/21
Botanic Garden Collections—An Under-Utilised Resource

Botanic gardens and arboreta around the world are repositories of diverse collections of useful plants in their gardens and seed banks. However, the crop and forestry communities often overlook these collections, and so they are an underutilised...

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9/28/21
Climate Adaptation Actions for Urban Forests and Human Health

Urban areas can be particularly vulnerable to climate change due to extensive impervious cover, increased pollution, greater human population densities, and a concentration of built structures that intensify impacts from urban heat, drought, and...

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9/27/21
Global Trends in Giving 2020 Report

The Global Trends in Giving Report examines how donors prefer to give and engage with their favorite causes and charitable organizations. Produced by Nonprofit Tech for Good and sponsored by Funraise, the report is based on the survey responses of 13,...

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9/27/21

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