Did you know that you can browse recent articles from Kew magazine via our archive page?
You can search for articles by topic (conservation, in the gardens, behind the scenes, and heritage and arts) or browse for articles by issue. I've just uploaded some pdfs of articles from the winter 2010 issue - see below for our Chagos Islands article by Colin Clubbe - so do have a look.
Click on the image above to download a pdf of this Kew magazine article
I'd be interested to know if you'd like more articles available or if there are some you've loved that aren't up there. I'm hoping those that are there give a good flavour of the topics Kew magazine covers about Kew's work.
Have a browse and pass links on to your friends – we'd love to know what they think too!
If you want to see ALL the articles in each issue online you can subscribe to the Exact Editions digital edition of Kew magazine – either as a new subscriber for just £18 a year, or if you are a Friend of Kew and would prefer to receive your magazine electronically rather than in print – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your name, address and membership number.
Exact Editions subscriptions offer searchable back issues so if you subscribe now you get access to issues dating back to 2008. Bargain!
- Christina -
Christina accepts a Kew Publishing award at the Garden Media Guild awards in 2012.
Christina joined Kew in 1999 after finishing a BSc. degree in Plant Ecology and an Advanced National Certificate in Horticulture. After initially working as a horticulturist in Kew’s Arboretum and the Hardy Display section (on the Grass Garden) she went on to become Festivals Interpretation Officer between 2002-2008, helping Kew’s onsite visitors understand what makes Kew tick. In the meantime she completed an MA in Garden History, a subject that continues to be one of her passions.
Christina was short-listed for a Garden Writers Guild award in 2007 for one of her articles in Kew magazine, and is the author of Kew’s Big Trees, published in 2008. She became editor of Kew magazine in September 2008. “I see Kew magazine as a window on the world of Kew,” she says. “I hope between its pages the many facets of Kew’s work and the people who make it happen are revealed for all to see and encourage readers to continue to support Kew.”
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