Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens

Projects and sites


South China Botanical Garden, CAS

Ecological Research in South China

South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SCBG), CAS carries out studies on the structure, function, mechanisms during the process of degradation and restoration of degraded ecosystems in tropical and subtropical regions of China.

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Oman Botanic Garden

Restoration of desert habitats in Oman

The Oman Botanic Garden is a garden under construction. Our main aim is to display the native flora of Oman in typical habitats. The habitats will be planted with native species currently grown in our nursery.

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Tooro Botanical Gardens

Restoring degraded forest in Uganda

Tooro Botanical Garden in Fort Portal, Uganda was established in 2004 on a former forest reserve is restoring 8 ha of natural forest with native tree species collected within the vicinity of Kibale National Park, and works closely with local communities on livelihood issues.

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Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

Restoring coastal habitats in southwest England

The Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust is the parent organisation for Paignton Zoo Environmental Park which includes a botanic garden. WWCT undertakes a number of ecological restoration projects.

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Jardin Botanico Las Orquideas

Restoring pasture to rainforest in Ecuador

The Jardin Botanico Las Orquideas is a restored forest located in 6 ha of rainforest pasture. This area of the Amazon is particularly poor in soil fertility, and natural re-vegetation is often slow and dominated by few pioneer species.

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Royal Botanical Gardens, Ontario

Managing and Restoring Aquatic Vegetation at the Head of Lake Ontario, Canada

Royal Botanic Gardens has extensive natural land holdings include some of the most botanically rich lands in all of Canada, and wetland ecological restoration programs that are known internationally for their innovation and leadership.

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National Tropical Botanical Garden

Dry Forest Restoration on Kaua’i

On Kaua‘i the Lāwa‘i Forest Restoration Project run by NTBG is innovative and strategically significant By developing a dry forest restoration site, we are creating a habitat for at least 100 native plant species that can eventually be planted there.

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Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Studying ecological restoration in Texas

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Centre, Texas has a research program that examines fire effects on natural systems and as a tool for restoration. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center became an organized research unit of The University of Texas at Austin in 2006.

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Missouri Botanical Garden

Restoring diversity in the St Louis Region

Missouri Botanical Garden manages the Shaw Nature Reserve. The ecological restoration goal at the is the creation or rehabilitation of a mosaic of habitats that can support healthy populations of the maximum possible number of plant and animal species native to the St. Louis region.

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Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum

Demonstrating the restoration of New Jersey Pinelands

The Sister Mary Grace Burns Arboretum is restoring a small (1 ha) area of remnant New Jersey Pinelands forest found on the campus. Invasive species are being removed and species found in surrounding similar habitat that were probably present at one time are being introduced

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