Cornell Botanic Gardens

CPC institution Code: CORN
Rhodiola integrifolia ssp. leedyi

Cornell Botanic Gardens is the arboretum, botanical garden, and natural areas of Cornell University. Its fourteen botanical collections celebrate the relationship between plants, people, and the natural environment. Specialized tree collections in the 150 acre arboretum include chestnuts, conifers, flowering crabs, oaks, maples, and urban trees. Our natural areas encompass nearly 4,000 acres on 50 biologically diverse sites, showcasing representative ecological communities of the Cayuga Lake basin, including many rare types. These communities include bogs, fens, gorges, glens, meadows, woodlands, and other valuable communities and features.

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Taxon Family Global Rank Legal Status Sponsorship Status
Trollius laxus ssp. laxus Ranunculaceae T3 Sponsored
Rhodiola integrifolia ssp. leedyi Crassulaceae T1 LT

Conservation Contacts

Christopher P. Dunn, Ph.D.
The Elizabeth Newman Wilds Executive Director
Todd Bittner
Natural Areas Director
Robert Wesley
Natural Areas Field Botanist
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The Elizabeth Newman Wilds Executive Director 1
Natural Areas Director 2
Natural Areas Field Botanist 3
Associate Director of Communications and Marketing 4
Assistant to the Director 100