Samara

The newsletter of the Millennium Seed Bank Partnership (MSBP).

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Samara provides information and inspiration for MSBP partners, usually each issue is themed. It also gives a flavour of the successes of the MSBP for other interested recipients.

The newsletter is available as a pdf.

How to subscribe

If you wish to receive notification of future editions of Samara, then you will need to provide us with your name, organisation, email address, and postal address. Please send via email to samara@kew.org

We will hold your details for the purposes of maintaining our in-house mailing list and in case we decide to distribute hard copies of Samara or associated Kew publications that may be of interest to you in the future. The list is for the use of the RBG Kew only. You can request for your details to be removed from our database at any time by emailing samara@kew.org.

Latest issues

Issue 34: July - December 2018
This issue's theme is seed use and sharing.

Issue 33: January – July 2018
The theme of this issue is data and technology.                                                                  


Issue 32: July – December 2017
The theme of this issue is islands.


Issue 31: January – June 2017
The theme of this issue is plant assessments and red listing.


Issue 30: August 2016 – January 2017
The theme of this issue is alpine species.


Issue 29: January – July 2016
The theme of this issue is trees.


Issue 28: January – December 2015
The theme of this issue is 15 years of the MSB Partnership.


Issue 27: July – December 2014
The theme of this issue is rare and threatened plants.


Issue 26: January – June 2014
The theme of this issue is useful plants.


Issue 25: July – December 2013
The theme of this issue is training.


Issue 24: January – June 2013
The theme of this issue is edible plants.


Issue 23: July – December 2012
The theme of this issue is horticulture.


Issue 22: January – June 2012
The theme of this issue is climate change.

Previous issues

Copies of previous issues are available, please contact k.pennick@kew.org.

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