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AAM 2009 Curators Code of Ethics

The Curators Committee of the American Association of Museums (CurCom) first developed A Code of Ethics for Curators in 1983 and revised the document in 1996.

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Fairchild Tropical Gardens Collection Policy 2009

The Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden collection policy is designed to guide the
implementation of the institutional mission and goals through the development and

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Chicago Botanic Garden Herbarium Collection Policy

The Herbarium accessions voucher specimens from staff research, verified specimens from staff and collaborator collections, and appropriate gift or exchange specimens from other institutions from the Garden's primary display areas.  This ensures that ot

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Montgomery Botanical Center Plant Collections Policy

This policy is to guide the development and management of the living collections at Montgomery Botanical Center (MBC).

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The Polly Hill Arboretum Collection Policy

The collection policy is set forth as a guideline in developing and managing the plant collections of the Polly Hill Arboretum. This policy applies to all plants that are accessioned by the curatorial staff of the Arboretum.

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Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Living Collection Policy

The Living Collection supports the Garden’s programs in horticulture, conservation, education and research.

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Arnold Arboretum Living Collections Policy

The Living Collections Policy (reviewed and approved in 2016) of the Arnold Arboretum guides the development, management, and enhancement of the ins

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Morton Arboretum Plant Collections Policy

The purpose of the Morton Arboretum Plant Collections Policy is to provide a guideline in developing and managing plant collections at The Morton Arboretum.

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Holden Arboretum Collections Policy

The Holden Arboretum collects and displays a diversity of plants for evaluation, enjoyment and educational purposes, in order to convey sustainable plant choices recommended for our region.

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Mary Selby Botanical Gardens Plant Collections Policy

The purpose of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens (MSBG) Policy is to define the development and management of plant collections at The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Inc.

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