Canada’s Botanical Heritage map draws new attention to the British Columbia botanical area, as the province seeks to recover a lost treasure.
The map, which has been on display at the British Columbian Botanical Garden for about a year, shows the Botanical Gardens of British Columbia as part of a new national landscape map.
The maps were created with the help of the British Library.
It was commissioned by British Columbians for the BC Botanical Society to illustrate a timeline of botanical and historical information that has been lost in the province since the Great War.
The Botanical Association of British Colombia said the map is part of its ongoing campaign to make a national botanical history accessible and accessible to the public.
The BC Botanic Society says it is seeking the help from the public to help it update and update the maps as the BCGS continues to work on new maps and materials for the Botanic Gardens of the Province.
In 2015, the BCPS launched a botanical research project with the hope that it could recover some of the missing information from the BC Archives.
The BCA’s research began in the late 1970s, and a major project is being carried out now that is a partnership between the BC Parks and Recreation, the British Government and the BC Historical Society.
It includes a digital archive of the Botany Archives.
A second major project, which is still in the early stages, aims to build a digital library of botany records from all over the province.
The new BC Botanicals map is a work of history, said Michael Burdge, director of the BCA, which manages the archives and a member of the BC Provincial Museum.
Burdge said that the BCHS, which oversees the Botanics and the Botanas, will continue to make the maps available online for anyone to download.
He said the maps are a great way for the public and researchers to understand the history of the province, and provide a better understanding of the landscape.
The first map, published in 2018, depicted the botanical gardens as a single unit, and the new map makes it possible to show the gardens as clusters.
It is a reminder of the rich history of British Columbia, said Burdie, who said it also serves as a reminder to the province to continue to learn from past mistakes.