Atlanta Botanical Garden

CPC institution Code: ATBG
Clematis socialis
About

The Atlanta Botanical Garden, a non-profit organization started by community volunteers in 1976, has grown to be one of the top cultural and botanical institutions in the Southeast. Its mission is to develop and maintain plant collections for display, education, research, conservation, and enjoyment. Located on 30 acres in midtown Atlanta, with an additional site 45 miles to the northeast in Gainesville, Georgia, the vision of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is to be an iconic destination and global leader, dynamically connecting people with plants in support of a thriving planet. The Atlanta Botanical Garden conducts its plant conservation efforts through the lens of the Southeastern Center for Conservation. The mission of the Center is to lead innovative strategies and partnerships to conserve imperiled plants and natural communities, carried out as it grows to become a local, regional, and international hub for the conservation of rare plants and ecosystems. This is achieved through collections management; interdisciplinary research; restoration of priority habitats; educational outreach; and the vigorous pursuit of collaborative opportunities.

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Taxon Family Global Rank Legal Status Sponsorship Status
Clematis socialis Ranunculaceae G1 LE Sponsored
Elliottia racemosa Ericaceae G2 Available
Helonias bullata Liliaceae Sponsored
Marshallia mohrii Asteraceae G3 LT Available
Paxistima canbyi Celastraceae Available
Platanthera integrilabia Orchidaceae Available
Rhus michauxii Anacardiaceae Available
Rhynchospora crinipes Cyperaceae G2 Available
Sarracenia oreophila Sarraceniaceae Sponsored
Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii Sarraceniaceae Sponsored
Spiraea virginiana Rosaceae Sponsored
Torreya taxifolia Taxaceae G1 LE Sponsored
Trillium persistens Melanthiaceae G1 LE Available
Chelone cuthbertii Scrophulariaceae G3 Available
Dicerandra radfordiana Lamiaceae G1 Available
Sarracenia purpurea var. montana Sarraceniaceae T1 Available
Ptilimnium ahlesii Apiaceae G1 Available
Liatris gholsonii Asteraceae G1 Available
Tsuga caroliniana Pinaceae Available
Sarracenia purpurea var. venosa Sarraceniaceae Available

Conservation Contacts

Mary Pat Matheson
President and CEO
Emily E. D. Coffey, Ph.D.
Vice President of Conservation and Research
Laurie Blackmore
Conservation & Research Manager
Carson Carson
Conservation Safeguarding Nursery Coordinator
Amanda Carmichael
Conservation Laboratories Supervisor
Lauren Eserman
Research Scientist - Genetics
John Evans
Conservation & Research Horticulture Manager
Jason Ligon
Conservation Seedbank and Micropropagation Coordinator
Liz Miller
GEBF Field Biologist - Deer Lake State Park
Carrie Radcliffe
Restoration Coordinator, Safeguarding Database Manager
Ian Sabo
Field Biologist
Ashlynn Smith
Research Scientist - Gulf Coast Project Coordinator
Jeff Talbert
GEBF Project Coordinator - Deer Lake State Park
Loy Xingwen
Research Scientist - Community Ecology
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Name Title Group Phone Email Privacy Settings Priority Contact ID Priority Input
President and CEO 1
Vice President of Conservation and Research 2
Conservation & Research Manager 3
Conservation Safeguarding Nursery Coordinator 4
Conservation Laboratories Supervisor 5
Research Scientist - Genetics 6
Conservation & Research Horticulture Manager 7
Conservation Seedbank and Micropropagation Coordinator 8
GEBF Field Biologist - Deer Lake State Park 9
Restoration Coordinator, Safeguarding Database Manager 10
Field Biologist 11
Research Scientist - Gulf Coast Project Coordinator 12
GEBF Project Coordinator - Deer Lake State Park 13
Research Scientist - Community Ecology 14