Restoration & Monitoring
Habitat restoration and monitoring the response of rare plants to management and reintroduction are important components of project success. The Garden's Conservation & Research team contributes to every step of the process by serving as facilitators for planning, participating in active management, monitoring species in the wild, propagating plants, and maintaining a database that documents collaborative safeguarding efforts.
Our Conservation & Research team members work with several imperiled plant species.
The Garden maintains a database on behalf of the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance that houses information on rare plant collections, as well as material that has been reintroduced into the wild.
Members of our Conservation & Research team are involved with the restoration of wetlands and other unique habitats harboring rare plant species across the southeastern United States.