Alexandra Seglias, M.S.
Seed Conservation Research Assistant
Seed Ecology, Ex Situ Plant Conservation, Threatened Species, Ecological Restoration, Climate Change
I study the seed ecology of native species to maximize diversity and resilience of ecological restorations, as well as inform seed banking practices for long-term conservation. My tasks include seed collection, with a focus on rare and threatened taxa, maintenance of the Garden’s seed collections, and germination research.