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2022 CommUNITY of Gardens Annual Conference On-Demand

Did you miss our annual conference? Our conference sessions in Portland were recorded and are now available on-demand!

Select All Track Access to see all sessions or choose one or more track to access only those sessions (tracks include Garden...

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8/2/22
The State of Virtual & Hybrid Offerings at Cultural Organizations, Volume 1: The Future of the Visitor Experience.

Since the emergence of the COVID-19 crisis in Spring 2020, museums have significantly altered their approaches to audience engagement, visitor services, programming, operations, and more. In particular, digital has permeated nearly every facet of...

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8/1/22
On-Demand: How Your Garden Can Impact the Local Economy

Have you considered the impact your garden has on local and regional economic health? Gardens occupy a unique place in the cultural, environmental, and economic landscape, and the reach your garden has can be bigger than you think. Join us for an on-...

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4/28/22
On-Demand: Preparing & Utilizing Plant Collection Development Plans

Collection planning guides the development of plant acquisition and management decisions in meaningful, strategic, and measurable directions. During this 90-minute webinar, learn how effective collection development plans are unique for each...

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4/12/22
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Preparing & Utilizing Plant Collection Development Plans

Collection planning guides the development of plant acquisition and management decisions in meaningful, strategic, and measurable directions. During this 90-minute webinar, learn how effective collection development plans are unique for each...

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4/12/22
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
On-Demand: Bringing Sustainability to Outreach and Education

Join this webinar to learn to incorporate sustainability principles into education, engagement, and outreach at your garden! Staying intentional in your programming will allow you to understand and engage with broad audiences in your community,...

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3/25/22
On-Demand: Creating Space for Conservation Biological Control

Since 2017, Idaho Botanical Garden (IBG) has developed creative spaces specifically to attract natural enemies of pests and other beneficial insects. Join IBG Collections Curator, Daniel Murphy and Food and Agriculture Community Chair, Sierra Laverty...

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3/25/22
On-Demand: Garden Board Member Experience 2022: Risky Business

Nonprofit boards should not fear risk, but simply managing it is not enough. Risk is a dynamic, complex, multidimensional challenge and your strong leadership is required to address it. 

The value of effective risk management isn't always ...

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3/11/22
On-Demand: Beneath Our Feet: Thinking About Sustainability From the Ground Up

Join us for an on-demand recording of this sustainability webinar to learn more about how to improve your garden from the ground up by using sustainable materials! Materials management often goes on behind the scenes, but builds the foundation for the...

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3/11/22
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
On-Demand: The Triple Bottom Line and Other Tools for Sustainable Decision-Making | Sustainability Index Series

Join us during this Sustainability Index Series webinar to hear how three different organizations are making decisions through the lens of sustainability. Glenda Abney, Interim Vice President, Education and Director, EarthWays Center with Missouri...

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1/26/22
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
On-Demand: Small Gardens Symposium

Small gardens’ staff wear many hats. One day you are weeding, the next you are hosting a major donor event, and the day after that you are leading a children’s program. Throw in a good dose of pandemic and hats are flying everywhere! But when you turn...

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11/5/21
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
On-Demand: Water Conservation | Sustainability Index Series

In this Sustainability Index Series webinar, you’ll hear more about how your garden can enhance its water quality and consumption goals.

You'll also learn how other gardens are managing water on site to reduce their reliance on municipally...

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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
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
On-Demand: Climate Adaptation & Risk Management | Sustainability Index Series

In this webinar, you'll hear more about how your garden can enhance its climate adaptation and risk management goals. You'll learn about how to adapt your plant collection to the threats of climate change including extreme weather, temperature changes...

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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

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