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Saving the Alpine One Seed at a Time
You think alpine plants are small? You should see the seeds! Emily plans to introduce you to the intricacies of conserving the alpine through the plants that are the backbone of this fragile ecosystem.

Emily Griffoul, a present-day botanical Lab Girl, is being highlighted as part of the Lab Girl One Book One Valley / NEA Big Read Event.

After you register, your confirmation email will contain a link for an optional donation of $10 to support Betty Ford Alpine Gardens educational evening speaker series. Thank you in advance!

Feb 17, 2021 06:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Emily Griffoul
Conservation Scientist @Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
Emily Griffoul is Betty Ford Alpine Gardens’ Conservation Scientist. She is leading the implementation of the Gardens’ North American Strategy for Alpine Plant Conservation to promote understanding and protection of vulnerable alpine species and habitats through ex-situ collections, surveys and mapping of alpine areas, collaborations with partners in other gardens and federal agencies, and engaging with the public. She collects seed for preservation and propagation and surveys the alpine areas in Colorado with rare and endangered plants to develop understanding of the alpine and identify and address threats.