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New England Wild Flower Society and partners receive funding to restore East Coast habitats destroyed by Hurricane Sandy
New England Wild Flower Society and two partner organizations have begun a $2.3M project to collect seeds of native plants for restoration of coastal habitats from Maine to Virginia that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Facts about the Eastern U.S. Seed Banking Project and New England’s plants and plant communities
New England Wild Flower Society has released its “State of the Plants” report, the most comprehensive assessment of New England plants and plant communities ever assembled.
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Includes exemplary natural habitats, representative rare plants, along with conservation successes for each state
Inaugural Founders’ Medal to be presented to Dr. Paul P. Smith on March 26
“CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE FUTURE OF PLANT LIFE” SYMPOSIUM BRINGS TOGETHER TOP GLOBAL AND REGIONAL EXPERTS
New England Wild Flower Society Hosts Symposium, Shares Insights from Landmark Study of “The State of the Plants” in New England
New England Wild Flower Society’s Go Botany, a free, web-based educational tool about plants, has received the 2013 Maria Pirie Environmental Education Program Award from the New England Environmental Education Alliance.
The North American Plant Collections Consortium has designated the Trillium collection an Accredited Collection. Only 67 of the 500 public gardens in North America have received this honor.
New England Wild Flower Society has selected Andropogon Associates, of Philadelphia, to develop a comprehensive master plan for Garden in the Woods.
Images of which species are in bloom through the seasons at Garden in the Woods. These images are available to the press by contacting email@example.com with your requests.
Rare New Hampshire plant, Robbins’ cinquefoil, named one of Top 10 conservation successes