Center For Plant Conservation Inc

Rating: 4.85 stars   26 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Environment

Address:

PO Box 299 St Louis MO 63166 USA

Mission:

PROMOTION, CONSERVATION & PRESERVATION OF PLANTS

2011 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

The National Collection of Endangered Plants maintained by the Center for Plant Conservation is a critical asset for protecting the biodiversity of our planet. The scientists at CPC not only research methods of plant and seed propagation but also provide endangered plants for restoration projects. We need an organization in every state to assist CPC.

Kudos to Kathron Kennedy who continues to educate and inspire Garden Club of America members!

Kathy Jones
Lake Minnetonka Garden Club Horticulture Chair (MN)
Garden Club of America Vice Chair for Endangered and Invasive Species

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I have heard Kathryn Kennedy speak many times and have asked her to speak to our garden club this fall.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Excellent lectures with helpful information provided by Kathryn Kennedy

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Lectures by Kathryn Kennedy at Missouri botanical Garden and Garden Club of St. Louis (GCA chapter)

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None. Doing excellent work

 
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gain greater visibility for (CPC) The Center for Plant Conservation
and for the issues facing our most vulnerable plants.

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Attended workshops and became more aware of the introduction and spread of non-native invasive plants. Learned to be aware of our state's endangered plants and using native vegetation instead of imports.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Expand its reach

 
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