Director's Welcome

About the Alliance
Conservation Projects:
Safeguarding Torreya taxifolia
Recovery of Elliottia racemosa
Restoration of Pitcherplant Bogs
Historic Species Search Project
Recovery of Echinacea laevigata
Botanical Guardians
Gentianopsis crinita
Team Tools
GPCA News
GPCA Publications
GEPSN
Contact GPCA



The Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance is an innovative network of public gardens, government agencies, and environmental organizations committed to preserving Georgia's endangered flora. Formed in 1995, GPCA initiates and coordinates efforts to protect natural habitats and endangered species through biodiversity management and public education. From rigorous scientific research to hands-on stewardship projects with elementary schools, the combined resources, expertise and outreach strategies of GPCA members provide powerful tools for plant conservation in Georgia.



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the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance

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