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
The New England Wild Flower Society - Garden in the Woods - conducts land survey, removes invasive plants, and monitors rare plant species. The conservation department and the horticulture department work together on the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge restoration project in Sudbury, MA
Chicago Botanic Garden is running a project to assess plant and pollinator communities in degraded and undegraded sites in the Colorado Plateau, specifically on Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service lands in and around Zion National Park and Black Canyon of the Gunnison.
Madagascar is known for its extraordinary diversity, with 11,600 plant species native to the island and found nowhere else on earth. Sadly, only 10% of the original vegetation remains on the island.