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Join The New England Botanical Club

Membership in the New England Botanical Club is open to anyone interested in plants, including serious amateurs and professional plant biologists with interests in plant systematics, field botany, plant geography, plant ecology, paleobotany, conservation biology, genetics, population biology, and other specialties. Membership benefits include invitations to monthly meetings featuring a variety of speakers, participation in annual "away" meetings to sites of botanical interest in New England and beyond, field trips, symposia, and camaraderie with a diverse group of fellow botanists. Members will receive a subscription to Rhodora and will have free online access to digital, searchable Rhodora articles from 2005 to present. For more information on membership in the New England Botanical Club, or to request a Membership Application, please click here or contact our Association Manager at 717-203-8133 or

2020 & 2021:

Worldwide Print & Online - $125
Agent Discount - $0

Institutional subscribers must submit IP addresses registered to the end user at the address provided.

Multiple Site Licenses

Institutions with more than one physical location need a multi-site license to ensure that everyone at the institution receives access to content. For information about multi-site licenses, please contact


Please remit payments and correspondence to:
Sara Helm-Wallace
New England Botanical Club Association Manager
29 Holly Avenue
Greenfield, MA

Subscriptions are on a calendar year basis. For subscriptions outside the USA, payment must be in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank free of bank charges, or a U.S. dollar International Money Order free of service fees. VISA, Discover, and MasterCard are also accepted.


A "claim" is hereby defined as a request by a subscriber of a publication due to damage, faulty copy, or non-receipt.

  1. All claims must be submitted via mail, fax, or email.
  2. All claim requests must be received within two months of the journal mail date for United States addresses and four months for non-United States addresses.
  3. If the claim is approved, replacement issue(s) will only be provided once. After initial replacement, the issue must be purchased.
  4. The quantity of issues per volume that may be claimed is determined by the quantity of issues per subscription term. Rhodora publishes four issues per year; therefore the maximum number that can be claimed is two.

Please contact us at to claim missing issues.

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