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Botanic Gardens as Sentinels of Forest Health Stark
 

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    Botanic Gardens as Sentinels of Forest Health Stark Botanic Gardens as Sentinels of Forest Health Stark Presentation Transcript

    • APGA Strategic Goals
      • Strengthening our capacity
      • Leveraging our collective strength
      • Advancing our professionalism
      • Developing our resources
    • Sentinel Plant Project
      • Sentinel Plant Network
      • Train the Trainer
      • Educational Materials
      • International Coordination
    • Sentinel Plant Network
      • Identify Gardens that are actively monitoring collections
      • Recruit other gardens and train them to monitor
      • Serve as a network of first responders
      • Serve as a resource for NPDN in identify potential threats to international collections
    • Train the Trainer
      • Work with NPDN to develop training modules for garden volunteers and visitors
      • Offer regional train the trainer workshops
      • Begin development of a broader network of first responders
      • Educate the public about the threat of invasive pests
    • Educational Materials
      • Develop educational materials targeted at different age groups
      • Use the network of public gardens in the U.S. for dissemination
      • Develop materials targeted at member gardens for best practices
    • International Coordination
      • Work with international partners to develop a network of public gardens
      • Offer opportunities for networking and information sharing among those gardens