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ArbNet accredits 500th arboretum
ArbNet: 10 years of fostering collaborations, furthering professionalism, and advancing the planting and conservation of trees through the global network of arboreta
New ‘Mini Poplar Gardens’ Pair Research and Outreach
In collaboration with ArbNet, Dr. Jill Hamilton, assistant professor at North Dakota State University, and colleagues at Virginia Tech, University of Vermont and University of Maryland have recruited 18 universities and arboreta nationwide to plant ‘mini’ common garden experiments of black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa), balsam poplar (P. balsamifera), and their hybrids as part of a new garden-based research network, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Plant Genome Research program.
ArbNet and BGCI Announce Reciprocal Accreditation Program
BGCI Botanic Garden Accreditation and ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Announce Reciprocal Arrangement
ArbNet and Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) announced today an agreement to allow applicants to be considered for accreditation by both organizations through a single application.
What's in an Arboretum?
Ideas for Design of Outdoor Spaces for Learning and for Play
College Planning & Managment - February 2018
ArbNet Celebrates Five Years Fostering Connections and Collaborating with Arboreta Around the World
TACF and ArbNet:A GROWING PARTNERSHIP
Chestnut - The Journal for the American Chestnut Foundation - Spring 2016
100 ARBORETA NOW ACCREDITED THROUGH ARBNET
LISLE, Illinois (Apr. 10, 2015) – ArbNet, the interactive community of arboreta, has accredited 100 arboreta through its Arboretum Accreditation Program, which is facilitated by The Morton Arboretum. Launched in 2011, the program offers the only accreditation in the world specific to arboreta.