THE BOTANIC GARDENer 
Issue 47 - March 2017. 
Theme - Managing Risks
 

The magazine for botanic garden professionals. 

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Feature Interview - Corrie Pitzer, CEO SAFEmaps, International, Global Consultancy, 
Feature Garden - Oman Botanic Garden 
Feature Articles and news from Australia and New Zealand Botanic Gardens.
 
 
Would you like to join the BOTANIC GARDENer Editorial Committee?
 
BGANZ is looking for emerging and seasoned 'botanic gardeners' (in any discipline) who would like to be involved with the publication of the BOTANIC GARDENer - an e-magazine produced three times a year. This is a great opportunity to develop your networking, writing and editing skills as well as contribute to the success of our professional organisation. 
 
Training will be provided and this is not a very time-consuming commitment. Anyone interested should contact Janelle Hatherly, Managing Editor, directly on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
The theme of the July 2017 issue is Managing Social Media.
 
We'd love to hear how you are using Social Media in your garden. Social Media, when used effectively, can be a great tool to connect your Garden to the wider world. It can be time consuming, and it's ever changing.
 
Educating, Attracting and Inspiring Visitors? Do you highlight your Garden, and/or individual employees in your Garden? What are the major tools you use? Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Apps or other forms?
 
What have you learnt from Social Media, how to manage it, and where it will take Gardens in the future? We'd love to hear from your Strategies, Successes and less successful uses of Social Media. 

 

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The Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand Inc (BGANZ) is the chief body representing the interests of botanic gardens in Australia and New Zealand.

BGANZ promotes the interests and activities of Australian and New Zealand botanic gardens and botanic gardens generally and enhances the state of botanic gardens for the benefit of the community.