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The Global Trees Campaign is a joint initiative between Fauna & Flora
International (FFI) and Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). 
It is the only international program dedicated to saving the world’s
threatened tree species. GTC does this work by providing resources/

training programs, supporting tree conservation projects globally,
raising awareness of the need for tree conservation, and prioritizing
trees most at risk of extinction through the IUCN/SSC Global Tree
Specialist Group's tree red listing program. ArbNet's Level IV Arboreta
actively participate in ex situ and in situ conservation in line with GTC's
mission. 

 

                      

 

       

BGCI supports the development and implementation of the Global
Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC) at a global, regional, national,
and local level. We work directly with our members and other plant
conservation organizations, carrying out threat assessments, seed
conservation, ecological restoration, plant health and education projects
around the world. Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) 

was established in 1987 to link the botanic gardens of the world in a
global network for 
plant conservation. BGCI is an independent UK
charity with its head office located at 
the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

American Public Gardens Association connects the field of public
horticulture to strengthen collaboration and to enhance its impact,
protects their natural heritage and ensures the future of public
horticulture through pioneering programs and advocacy and champions
the role of public horticulture in improving the quality of life for all.   

      

 

Plant Collections Network is a long-term collaboration between the American
Public Gardens Association and the
USDA-Agricultural Research Service.
Formerly the North American Plant Collections Consortium (NAPCC), its first
collections were accredited in 1996. The network coordinates a continent-wide
approach to plant germplasm preservation, and promotes excellence in plant
collections management. 

 

       

 

The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) is committed to supporting
all approaches toward the ultimate restoration of the American chestnut
tree since its inception in 1983.