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Published on July 14, 2014

Author: csimkovich

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Preserving Horticultural Heritage: Planned Distribution of Plant Collections from Public Horticulture Institutions : Preserving Horticultural Heritage: Planned Distribution of Plant Collections from Public Horticulture Institutions Lindsey K. Kerr The Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture June 24, 2014 Introduction: Introduction Why preserve plants? Is there a need for a protocol? What is needed for success? Results: Survey I: Results: Survey I 76% of responding gardens do not have a disaster plan for their collections 89% do not have a “backup” collection 68% have distributed specimens Results: Results Of those who have distributed plants, 80% keep track of where they went Results: Survey II: Results: Survey II 61 % reported that they had never received plants from a botanical garden Results: Results 92% would be more likely to accept plants if they were historic, appropriate for the period of significance, or relevant to the organization's mission Interviews: Interviews 35 interviews Understanding challenges What is needed to create successful long-term partnerships? Interviews: Interviews How will it benefit us? Will it support the mission? What are our responsibilities? Findings: Findings Botanic gardens and arboreta are: interested in working with other non-profits already involved in plant distribution Are not: a cohesive group with a cohesive vision always looking towards the future Findings: Findings Non-profits are interested in: p artnering with botanic gardens and arboreta plants that fit within their mission smaller numbers of plants leveraging the partnership for publicity Non-profits are concerned about: their level of responsibility staff time needed for plant care and records p aying for plants being penalized for killing plants Moving forward: Moving forward Recommendations: Publish a list of plants Case-by-case basis Written agreement Institutional commitment Annual communication Add information to collections policies Resources benefit both organizations Selective in choosing partner organizations Creation of non-profit facilitator “If you’ve got something and you really want it, give a piece away.” : “If you’ve got something and you really want it, give a piece away.”

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