Forest Service's Plant Explorer-in-Chief David Fairchild
, who died in 1954 at the age of 85, collected plants from all over the world; won the National Book Award for one of his four books; and introduced thousands of plants into the United States so they could be studied and bred to feed families, brighten up backyards, and withstand the insects, diseases, and droughts that are constant threats.
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In the early 1900s, David Fairchild
, a botanist and plant explorer for the United States Department of Agriculture, visited the tropical regions of the world in search of plants that could be of economic value to farmers in the U.
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, Manager of Information Technology, Lane Powell.
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Open since 1938, it is named for the late David Fairchild
, one of the best-known botany researchers in the United States, and has been accredited by the American Association of Museums since 1981.
envisioned back in 1938 when they commissioned William Lyman Phillips of Bok Tower Gardens fame to design their dream of a garden dedicated to the most tropical of plants.
(1869-1954) was the founder of the Section of Seed and Plant Introduction of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 1898 (Fairchild, 1938; Douglas, 1973).
, the senior vice president of clinical integration for UMass Memorial Health Care and a professor of medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, have been appointed to Clinton Hospital's board of trustees.
was so delighted by the beauty of Japan's cherry trees that he imported 100 of them to plant on his property in the DC suburb of Chevy Chase, Maryland.