Plant Research and Conservation at New York Botanical Garden

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New York Botanical Garden

The former president of Arts Britannia Ltd. in London, Marjorie G. Rosen developed a passion for gardening during her time in the UK. Marjorie G. Rosen serves on the board of New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), where she has spent several years as vice chairman.

For over 125 years, NYBG has maintained a vibrant living museum in the heart of urban New York City. NYBG also sponsors a variety of plant research and conservation initiatives, designed to advance knowledge of the plant world and preserve the botanical diversity on Earth. To accomplish its mission, NYBG supports exploration and systematics research, creates checklists and floras for international projects, and submits articles to scholarly journals.

Through the Center for Conservation Strategy, NYBG catalyzes conservation action in all corners of the world. The Center for Conservation Strategy works with public and private organizations across the globe, addressing global environmental challenges and ultimately saving the plants and fungi of the world.

To learn more about conservation efforts at NYBG, visit the official website at