Santa Barbara Botanic Garden fosters the conservation of California's native plants through our gardens, scientific research, and education programs, and serves as a role model for sustainable action.
Garden preservation lies at the core of the Garden Conservancy's mission to preserve America's exceptional gardens for the education and enjoyment of the public.
The Humes Garden is a fine example of a Japanese stroll garden in the Northeast United States, seamlessly integrating ageless Japanese landscape techniques with woodland terrain on Long Island, N.Y.
A new Sierra Big Tree round has been donated to the Garden. We need to complete construction of an exhibit to showcase the round at the entrance to the Children's Discovery Garden.
The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization that works to recognize, preserve and revitalize the historic architectural and cultural resources of Los Angeles County.
One of the goals of the Friends of Balboa Park is to connect people to the park in a number of ways.
The Alcatraz Historic Gardens Project was formed to preserve, rebuild, and maintain the gardens created by those who lived on the island during its military and prison eras.
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is rebuilding the Campbell Bridge over Mission Creek, a bridge that was lost in the Jesusita Fire of 2009. We will recapture the look for the original bridge from 1941.
The Preservation Advocacy Fund (PAF) is a targeted-action philanthropic fund that supports the Los Angeles Conservancy's many ongoing advocacy campaigns.
Environmental issues such as loss of biodiversity makes engaging young people in these topics increasingly important for stewarding our critical life-supporting resources.