The mission of the National Tropical Botanical Garden is to enrich life by perpetuating tropical plants, ecosystems, and cultural heritage.

Our mission is achieved through: A network of diverse gardens and preserves in Hawaiʻi and Florida, each with significant biological, cultural, and historical resources. Conservation, research, and reference collections (living, library, and herbarium) assembled through discovery and collaboration. Research in botany, ethnobotany, horticulture, conservation biology, and restoration ecology through programs and institutes. Educational courses, publications, lectures, and visitor programs. Facilities and infrastructure necessary to conduct this work.

Impact Reports

The National Tropical Botanical Garden is pleased to share with you just some of the highlights from past years through its Annual Impact Reports. To reduce environmental and printing costs, NTBG’s annual impact report is distributed primarily through our website. View our impact reports here.

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