News & Blog – June 2017

Sowing seeds of hope for a Critically Endangered magnolia in Vietnam

Posted on by David Gill

In the limestone hills of northern Vietnam, villagers have been busy planting one of the world’s rarest magnolias back into its natural habitat. More than 1,100 seedlings from the Critically Endangered Magnolia grandis have been planted out by people from three villages in Ha Giang province, northern Vietnam. In a bid to save the species…

Threatened Trees Need You!

Posted on by Victoria Price

Being the only international programme conserving threatened tree species in the wild, is as much a challenge, as a ‘Unique Selling Point’ (USP) for GTC. In this blog,  Victoria Price explores how GTC is working to overcome this by helping others to champion the cause, and save threatened tree species in the wild.   Of…