Chair: Mary Barkworth <Mary.Barkworth@usu.edu>
Secretary: Ellen Dean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Informatics Specialist: Ben Legler <email@example.com>
Member-at-Large: Mark Mayfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Webmaster: Eric Ribbens <email@example.com>
Anne B. Alerding <AlerdingAB@vmi.edu>
When we disseminate information, we routinely use the herbarium listserv:
Initiated in 2008, the US Virtual Herbarium project's purpose is to facilitate the digitization and
online presentation of herbarium specimens and their associated information. It operates at three
different levels: helping people in individual herbaria to make their specimens web-accessible;
promoting formation of regional portals; and, ultimately, by enabling access to all herbarium
records via a single portal. Individual portals may be designed to draw on a subset of the records,
but all records would be available to all portals.
Barkworth, Mary E., and Zack E. Murrell
2012: The U.S. Virtual Herbarium: working
with individual herbaria to build a national
resource. Zookeys 209:55-73.
The U.S. Virtual Herbarium Project: About Us.
People and products!
The U.S. Virtual Herbarium Project:
Bringing all herbaria into a digital network and
demonstrating the value of shared information.
Resources: USVH Publications
2013 Annual Meeting Minutes
Digitization Funding Resources
Summary of Consortium Level Progress
2011 - 2012 Digitization Report