The Garden History Research Foundation

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES

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The Garden History Research Foundation is a specialist, charitable trust in New Zealand whose purpose is to ‘promote an understanding of the context, meaning and history of gardens’. It shares a close relationship with Hamilton Gardens whose purpose or theme is the same.

The Foundation’s primary objectives are:

  • To promote a wider and more extensive understanding of gardens in their social and historic context.
  • To seek funding and other forms of support for various research projects and publications associated with the study of gardens and to co-ordinate those activities.
  • To develop networks and partnerships with relevant institutions and individuals such as universities, significant gardens and specialist advisors.  
  • To utilize those contacts to support the ongoing interpretation, development, promotion and maintenance of Hamilton Gardens in order to preserve and enhance its standing and design integrity.