CPC Best Plant Conservation Practices to Support Species Survival in the Wild
Plant conservation is multifaceted and runs the spectrum from monitoring populations in the wild to long term management of species in gardens and/or seed banks to reintroductions to the wild. The CPC Best Plant Conservation Practices to Support Species Survival in the Wild cover the spectrum of efforts and include cutting-edge recommendations on collecting and storing seed, increasing seed from small samples, and also using alternative storage and propagation methods, such as tissue culture and cryopreservation. These guidelines offer a tangible and immensely useful tool for all plant conservation practitioners both in CPC as well as to anyone willing and able to work towards our shared mission to Save Plants.
There are now three ways to dig into these plant saving methods: