Botanical Garden of the Ozarks Growing Toward 2028
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The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is one of only 117 Botanical Gardens in the country and one of two in Arkansas. The mission of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is showcasing the natural beauty......

The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is one of only 117 Botanical Gardens in the country and one of two in Arkansas. The mission of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is showcasing the natural beauty of the Ozarks, educating today for a sustainable future, and providing a venue for the community to enjoy entertainment and outdoor recreation. The Botanical Garden consists of twelve demonstration gardens showing the woody, herbaceous and exotic plant species that can be successfully included in Northwest Arkansas gardens. The Garden demonstrates sustainability, recycling, low-impact gardening, mulching and water-saving techniques. The Botanical Garden is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization.

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  • 1. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks Learn. Play. Grow. Growing Toward 2028
  • 2. The Garden by the Numbers 1 Botanical garden featuring demonstration gardens, nature education, and field-to-fork programs 3 Free community concerts each year drawing over 2,600 visitors 4 Years to raise $13 million to complete Phases 1 – 3 5 Additional FTE staff to support the expanded Garden and its programs 6 Elements essential to completing the Master Plan update: Master Plan document and drawings Lease supporting the Master Plan Interim (2014 – 2017) Long-term economic impact study and business plan Comprehensive campaign plan, calendar, and committee Campaign prospect portfolio, pre-campaign study, and member/donor survey 6.1 Projected number of miles of paths in the completed Garden
  • 3. Garden by the Numbers 7 Phases in the completion of the Garden 8 Number of new demonstration gardens in the Plan 8.9 Acres for the current Garden (Phase 1A) 12 New hardscape features in the completed Garden 13 FTE staff to operate the completed Garden 14 Projected years to raise an estimated $27 million to accomplish the Master Plan (2-14-2028) 15 BGSO board members to oversee the organization and lead the campaign 22 Comprehensive campaign committee members 26.4 Acres in the Master Plan
  • 4. Garden by the Numbers 220 New parking spaces planned for Garden visitors, the public, and Lake Fayetteville users 224 Garden volunteers in 2012 contributed 7,904 hours valued at $227,809 225 Vendors providing support services and materials to the Garden 1,400 Members in the Botanical Garden Society in 2013 2,290 Area residents admitted free to the Garden 10,000 School children who visit the Garden annually for nature education 76,418 Visitors to the Garden in 2012, including visits, concerts, events, weddings, classes, and programs $130,000 Investment to complete Phase 1A
  • 5. Garden by the Numbers 225,000 Projected annual visitors to the completed Garden $550,000 Projected 2014 Garden budget (up from $503,000 in 2013) $635,000 Projected 2015 Garden budget $1,750,000 Projected annual budget to support completed Garden $7,000,000 Projected annual economic impact of Garden $13,000,000 Investment to complete Phases 1 – 3 (2014 - 2019) $27,000,000 Estimated investment to plan, build, outfit, staff, endow, and operate a 35-acre Garden by 2028
  • 6. Master Plan: Phase 1 • • • • • • PZD planning for Master Plan Cost estimation of entire project Pre-campaign study Awareness campaign Continuation of Klingaman Arboretum planting Membership and annual giving campaign to raise $50,000
  • 7. Master Plan: Phase 2 • Comprehensive funding campaign • Construction of Education/Visitor Center/Conservatory Building • Field-to-Fork Garden program established • Klingaman Arboretum development
  • 8. Master Plan: Phase 3 • Comprehensive campaign continues • Field-to-Fork Garden development • Klingaman Arboretum development Projected Cost for Phases 1 – 3: $13,265,500
  • 9. Master Plan: Phase 4 • Klingaman Arboretum expansion • Horticulture Display Garden established
  • 10. Master Plan: Phase 5 • • • • Horticulture Display Garden developed Hilton Creek Garden established 21st Century Garden established People’s Garden established
  • 11. Master Plan: Phase 6 • • • • Construction of Event Pavilion Construction of Support Building Construction of extended roadway and parking Woody Plant Garden established
  • 12. Master Plan: Phase 7 • Construction of outdoor classroom • Woodland Interpretive Garden established • Woody Plants Garden developed
  • 13. The Gardens • • • • • • • • Field-to-Fork Gardens Klingaman Arboretum and Gardens People’s Garden Horticulture Display Gardens 21st Century Sustainability Garden Hilton Creek Native Garden Woody Plant Gardens Woodland Interpretive Garden
  • 14. Garden Costs Phases 1 – 3 Infrastructure Costs $ 130,000.00 (for gardens east of Butterfield Trail Creek) Field to Fork Garden $ 532,710.00 Klingaman Arboretum $ 577,790.00
  • 15. Garden Costs The People’s Garden $395,400.00 Horticulture Display Gardens $464,600.00 21st Century Sustainability Garden $262,200.00 Hilton Creek Native Garden $298,400.00
  • 16. Garden Costs Infrastructure Costs $ 432,000.00 (for gardens west of Butterfield Trail Creek) Woody Plant Gardens $1,397,580.00 Woodland Interpretive Garden $ 396,800.00
  • 17. Garden Costs Total Costs Total Costs Gardens East of Butterfield Trail Creek Gardens West of Butterfield Trail Creek $2,661,500.00 $2,226,380.00 Grand Total of All Proposed New Gardens $4,887,880.00
  • 18. Total Costs Estimated cost for Phases 1 – 3, including: Infrastructure Building Gardens Endowment $13,300,500.00