The Garden, in synergy with the Gemoplasma Bank and the Herbarium Museum, University of Molise, is engaged in study and research activities aimed at cataloging, characterizing and conserving plant diversity in situ and ex situ.
It has assumed an increasingly important role in the propagation of rare and endangered species, in the recovery of ecotypes of agri-food interest, in the monitoring of climate changes and in the study of their effects on the high altitude Apennine flora (GLORIA), in interventions to reconstitute degraded environments (LIFE DINAMO), becoming a resource of the highest biological, cultural and scientific value.
Preparation of the herbarium sheet
Seed collection of greater gentian


Work in progress…