News & Blog – May 2019

The mysterious case of the disappearing pencil cedar

Posted on by Tim Knight

Is it too early to talk about Christmas? Some might consider midway through May to be slightly premature, to put it mildly. But when it comes to saving critically endangered trees, there’s no time like the present. Having said that, we first need to delve briefly into the past in order to provide some context.…

Getting to know GTC: Interview with Ana Sandoval

Posted on by Ryan Hills

  In the next instalment in our interview series we meet another dedicated conservationist working with GTC to save the world’s most threatened trees from extinction. Introducing Ana Sandoval, technical manager for the Seed Bank of the Agricultural Research Institute (INIA) in Chile. Ana is responsible for the GTC and BGCI project conserving threatened endemic species…