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Waterfront Botanical Gardens: Master Plan Executive Summary

This beautiful Master Plan was designed for Waterfront Botanical Gardens in 2014.

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3/16/18
Artist Agreements at Bellevue Botanical Garden Society

Bellevue Botanical Garden Society has generously provided samples of artist/performer agreements for one-time events and annual events sponsored by thier partner group (updated annually). 

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3/16/18
Master Plan-Delaware Botanic Gardens

The purpose of a Master Plan is to provide a vital roadmap to guide the future development of the Delaware Botanic Gardens so that it will become one of the premier public gardens in the mid-Atlantic region.

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3/15/18
MBG Gift Acceptance Policies and Guidelines

The Missouri Botanical Garden encourages the solicitation and acceptance of gifts to the Garden for purposes that will help the Garden to further and fulfill its mission.

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3/12/18
St Andrews Botanic Garden Outline Business Plan

For planning and budgeting purposes this Outline Business Plan is based on a 10 year business planning cycle.

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3/9/18
Municipal Garden Agreement Sample

This is a sample agreement between a city and a private partner group defining roles and responsibilities for overall garden operations. 

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3/9/18
RBGE Business Plan

This business plan was conducted in the financial context of fiscal year 14/15 at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RGBE).

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3/9/18
Inclusion & Diversity Roadmap

The Association Diversity & Inclusion Committee along with The Duke Mansion have created an Inclusion & Diversity Roadmap for those interested in better understanding BMPs for implementing change and becoming a more inclusive organization. 

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3/5/18
Bellevue Botanical Garden-Sample Work Load Plan

This is a sample work load planning spreadsheet from Bellevue Botanical Gardens.

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2/28/18
Strategic Plan: San Francisco Recreation & Parks

This plan was the outcome of work by the entire department of San Francisco Recreation & Parks—gardeners, laborers, recreation staff, managers and administration— along with some very important partners and park advocates worked to develop a m

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2/21/18

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