An organization whose primary focus is the knowledge and conservation of all orchid species. Posadas, Misiones, Argentina.
Promoting the study, research, cultivation, conservation, and hybridization of orchids. Founded 1964. Medellín, Colombia.
Beginning in 2001, this annual festival promotes the conservation and appreciation of the region's orchids. Concepción, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
A locally-managed conservation project with 375 hectares of cloud forest containing many orchid species. Ecuador.
Promoters of orchid conservation and organizers of international orchid-focused trips. Founded 2006. Encinitas, California, United States.
Bringing together people who have an interest in orchids while working to preserve their natural habitats. Founded 1977. Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil.
Orchid research projects with an emphasis on high altitude Andes mountain species. Lorena Endara. Gainesville, Florida, United States.
Dedicated to the study, cultivation, propagation, and conservation of orchids occurring in Bolivia. Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
Promoting the conservation and scientific research of Amazon basin orchids. Puyo, Ecuador.
A Darwin Initiative project designed to establish orchid seed banking around the globe. Kew at Wakehurst, Ardingly, England, United Kingdom.
Focusing on Brazilian orchid species with other related topics covered. Delfina de Araujo. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Descriptions and images of the orchid species occurring in south Brazil. Luiz Filipe Varella and Jacques Klein. Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
Species and cultivation information for Cattleyas and several related genera. John Denson. Fort Riley, Kansas, United States.
A series of films about finding orchids in their native habitats are available on DVD. Stig Dalström and Darryl Saffer. Sarasota, Florida, United States.