Leading by Example

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LEADERSHIP FOR PROMOTING NATIVE PLANTS

NATIVE PLANT INFORMATION NETWORK: 

NATIVE PLANT INFORMATION NETWORK

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HABITURF

SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES CONSULTING: 

SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES CONSULTING

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DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY

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OFF-SITE DEMONSTRATIONS

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GREEN – BUT IS IT SUSTAINABLE?

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Ecosystem health Watershed protection Wildlife habitat Biodiversity Medicinal and health benefits Natural beauty, regional identity Reduced demand for water, pesticides and fertilizers

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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Craig Ivanyi Executive Director Inspire people to live in harmony with the natural world by fostering love, appreciation, and understanding of the Sonoran Desert

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A fusion of … Zoo  Aquarium  G arden  Museum  Gallery Natural and cultural history elements incorporated into various landscapes Nestled in the region it represents A SENSE OF PLACE

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The region might be larger than you think A SENSE OF PLACE

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Visitors are inspired to appreciate and conserve natural landscapes… …and consider the use of native (or other desert) plants in their gardens Our Hope… A SENSE OF PLACE

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Grounds and exhibits illustrate the beauty and diversity of a unique and harsh landscape A SENSE OF PLACE

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Interpretive Approach Programs and exhibits focus on holistic and integrated interpretation of the Sonoran Desert Region A SENSE OF PLACE

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Garden Types Overall setting A SENSE OF PLACE

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Special Focus A SENSE OF PLACE

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Taxonomic A SENSE OF PLACE

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A SENSE OF PLACE Habitat

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Potential Advantages of “ Native Facilities ” Models for place-based education Trusted advocates for local causes Champions for local and regional conservation Provide true immersion experiences A SENSE OF PLACE

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A SENSE OF PLACE - Native Habitats - Native Collections Place-Based Learning “ Place-based ” learning promotes learning that is rooted in what is local… …in the learner ’ s own “ place ” (schoolyard, neighborhood, town or ecosystem). Active Holistic - history, ecology, culture, etc Promotes stewardship Native Facilities are uniquely positioned to be place-based learning centers A SENSE OF PLACE

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A SENSE OF PLACE - Native Habitats - Native Collections Buffelgrass Pennesetum ciliare Invasive plant found in the Sonoran Desert Region Trusted Advocates for Local Causes

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Champions for local and regional conservation Not limited to the “ backyard ” Direct, hands-on, close to home Local stewardship Engage community Allow deep, broad, frequent, & long-term involvement Can lower cost & stretch existing dollars A SENSE OF PLACE

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T & E Species Indirect Interpretive display Applied Conservation ASDM holds several of the species from S.D. region exhibited with info on status A SENSE OF PLACE

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Applied Conservation T & E Species Direct Rescue Mining in southern AZ impacts Pima Pineapple and Turk ’ s Head cacti Museum receives specimens in jeopardy of destruction A SENSE OF PLACE

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Applied Conservation T & E Species Direct Maintaining diversity NAPCC holder for Agave Dedicated to maintaining a comprehensive collection of species from the Sonoran Desert Region A SENSE OF PLACE

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Applied Conservation T & E Species Direct Research Surveys of populations Candidate and rare species Acuña Cactus A SENSE OF PLACE

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Authentic Immersion Create Context Sample the Wild Borrow the View Reveal the Unseen A SENSE OF PLACE

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Create Context Prairie dog exhibit – immersed in habitat Interpretive label  Desert box turtle exhibit A SENSE OF PLACE

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Sample the Wild A SENSE OF PLACE

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Borrow the View Arizona Uplands - coyote A SENSE OF PLACE

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Reveal the Unseen A SENSE OF PLACE - Native Habitats - Native Collections Desert Grassland

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A SENSE OF PLACE - Native Habitats - Native Collections Challenges? All of the usual suspects, such as: Budgets & sustainability Maintaining relevancy while meeting mission Succession planning, etc. Plus…

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A SENSE OF PLACE - Native Habitats - Native Collections Challenges The “ WOW ” factor? Access to appropriate species & specimens

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