17th May 2018 at Cambridge Botanic garden. Followed by European meeting of IrisBG users on 18th May. Separate booking will be needed.
24 people enjoyed a sunny couple of days on the Isle of Bute and with our hosts the Mount Stuart Trust. Mount Stuart’s Don Murray, Head of Landscapes and Horticulture and Graham Alcorn, Living Collection Manager, made us all feel very welcome and shared their knowledge, enthusiasm and stories of Mount Stuart with us all. PlantNetwork thanks the Mount Stuart Trust for their support for this training day.
Eden Project, 12 May 2016. As holders of living collections we understand the importance of keeping plant records but how often do we hear of interesting ways our records are being used? This meeting focussed on Positive Plant Record stories.
22 July 2015 – Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Held at RHS Harlow Carr on 1 October 2014, this workshop showcased recent innovative developments, highlighted the hidden benefits of good record keeping, provided opportunities to share best practice and discuss collaborations.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens, 18 November 2008
A meeting devised to consider a range of databases for plant record systems (mostly Access-based or similar). Discussions about record keeping, datasharing and expertise exchange were all considered.
Includes summary from PlantNetwork Newsletter No. 37, December 2008
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, September 21 2007
This meeting was generously supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation
University of Hertfordshire, at the Science Learning Centre, Bayfordbury, 7 to 9 November 2006
A conference to share information and experience from recent advances in technology for mapping, managing and interpreting plant collections in gardens and arboreta
Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses, March 2004
Westonbirt Arboretum 12 November 2002