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JSTOR Global Plants: Global Plants Partners

About the Global Plants Initiative

Global Plants was made possible by the Global Plants Initiative (GPI), an international undertaking by leading herbaria. The GPI seeks to digitize and make available plant type specimens and other holdings used by botanists every day. Partners include more than 300 institutions in more than 70 countries. JSTOR facilitates this initiative by providing production, platform, technical, and promotional support to the participating Global Plants Initiative partners.

New Global Plants Partners

We welcome our newest partners!

  • California Department of Food and Agriculture (US)
  • Oman Botanic Garden (Oman)
  • National Museum of Nature and Science (Japan)
  • Taiwan Forestry Research Institute (Taiwan)
  • University of Alaska (US)
  • University of Bern (Switzerland)

Global Plants Initiative Overview

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