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11/1/2018

HOLIDAY EVENTS AT THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN, BUTTERFLY HOUSE, AND SHAW NATURE RESERVE

HOLIDAY EVENTS AT THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN, BUTTERFLY HOUSE, AND SHAW NATURE RESERVE

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10/29/2018

Alliance of Conservation Groups Announce Biodiversity Plan for Region

A new regional Biodiversity Vision, Atlas, and Action Plan, will be unveiled Thursday at an event at the Missouri Botanical Garden.

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10/22/2018

Shaw Nature Reserve to Host 13th Annual Art Show and Sale

Spend an afternoon perusing local art in the tranquil outdoor setting of Shaw Nature Reserve at its annual Art Show and Sale.

The Art at the Shaw Nature Reserve Annual Show & Sale will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 3, and Sunday, November 4. It will be held at the Dana Brown Overnight Education Center.

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10/16/2018

MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN CELEBRATES TREE WEEK OCT. 29 – NOV. 4

The Missouri Botanical Garden is celebrating its colorful canopy at the peak of fall foliage season. Tree Week is a new campaign offering visitors the chance to learn more about the Garden’s impressive tree collection, and the staff who care for it, all while soaking in the bright red, yellow and orange hues overhead.

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10/8/2018

Missouri Botanical Garden Announces New Master’s Degree

The Missouri Botanical Garden and Miami University have announced that the university is accepting applications now for a master’s degree that includes study locally through the Garden.

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9/20/2018

RARE TITAN ARUM a.k.a. “CORPSE FLOWER” SET TO BLOOM AT THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN

A unique Amorphophallus titanum is set to bloom at the Missouri Botanical Garden.

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7/9/2018

Missouri Botanical Garden Appoints New Vice President of Human Resources

After an extensive search, the Missouri Botanical Garden has named Teresa Clark Vice President, Human Resources. Clark has worked for the Garden since 2014 in the role of Senior HR Manager. She was appointed Interim Vice President earlier this year.

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3/28/2018

Garden Staff Member Selected as Grosvenor Teacher Fellow

Katherine (Kat) Golden from the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, Missouri has been selected as one of this year’s Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellows in recognition of her commitment to geographic education. She is the sustainability education manager at the EarthWays Center, the sustainability division of the Garden. 

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1/5/2018

A Botanical Mystery Solved by Phylogenetic Testing

Missouri Botanical Garden researchers used DNA testing to rediscover Dracaena umbraculifera, which was thought to be extinct. The methods and results were published in Oryx. The authors include Garden researchers in both St. Louis and Madagascar. 

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12/22/2017

An Integrated Assessment of Vascular Plants Species of the Americas

Missouri Botanical Garden researcher Dr. Carmen Ulloa is the lead author of “An Integrated Assessment of Vascular Plant Species of the Americas,” published in Science. Ulloa along with 23 co-authors compiled a comprehensive, searchable checklist of 124,993 species, 6,227 genera and 355 families of vascular plants of the Americas. This represents one third of all known vascular plants worldwide.

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