MISSION: Sustaining managed to natural ecosystems - and the human spirit - through plant research, display, and education.
VISION: As an international hub for plant science, information, teaching, and stewardship, we will promote an educated, inspired, and engaged society dedicated to sustainable ecosystem management.
Academic Graduate Degrees/Certificates in Restoration Ecology, Conservation Biology & Environmental Horticulture: www.cfr.washington.edu.
Plant Collections for Teaching/Research/Conservation/Display (develop-ment, maintenance, and curation of national and international renown): http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/gardens/wpa/collections.php.
Union Bay Natural Area (restored landfill used for teaching/research/recreation):
Elisabeth C. Miller Library (academic and public): www.millerlibrary.org.
Otis Douglas Hyde Herbarium: http://depts.washington.edu/hydeherb/index.shtml.
Conservation of Washington's Rare Plants: http://courses.washington.edu/rarecare.
Adult Public Education: http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/education/classes.shtml.
Children & Family Education: http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/education/youth.shtml.
ProHort - Training Classes for Professional: http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/education/prohort.shtml.
Facilities for UW classes, horticultural group meetings, and public rental: http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/visit/rentals/cuh_rentals.shtml,
UW Endowment Income.
Tom Hinckley, Director, School of Forest Resources
College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Biology,
College of Built Environments, Department of Landscape Architecture
|Director:||Reichard, Sarah, Ph.D.|
|Location:||3501 NE 41st ST, Seattle, WA 98105|
|Administrator / Program Manager:||Cone, Carrie M.|
|Administering College/School:||College of the Environment|
|P.I. Home Department:||24|
|Faculty Involvement:||5 faculty in residence. In addition 5 Adjunct, 6 Affiliate, and 3 Emeritus faculty associated.|