Facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration among CAZCA partners to protect and restore natural spaces in the Maricopa County region, community engagement in conservation, nature-based tourism, and natural resource management and policy
Botanical inventories, endemic, rare and endangered plants of Arizona and the Sonoran Desert, molecular ecology, new crop development for arid-lands, and plant systematics using both traditional and molecular data
Evolution and population genetics and genomics of rare plants and their relatives; distribution and historical biogeography; factors affecting genetic and species diversity; polyploidy and hybridization
Floristics of Southwestern United States, particularly Grand Canyon region, Cactaceae and Agavaceae systematics, ethnobotany of Sonoran Desert, invasive species, systematics of rare Southwestern plants
The Garden is closed July 1-5 and reopens to the public July 6. For details, click here. El Jardín cerrará del 1 al 5 de julio y reabrirá al público general el 6 de julio. Para más detalles, presiona aquí.