Thanks and goodbye!
The MAM Project, a collaborative herbarium digitization project funded by the Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections program of the National Science Foundation (U.S.), has now come to a close as our grant funding has ended. We thank all our partners and collaborators for their work and participation in this productive project that got over 1.3 million specimens online and publicly available.
The Mid-Atlantic Herbaria Consortium, which grew out of MAM, will continue and all the data generated in the MAM Project and since will continue to be available on our portal.
Any Mid-Atlantic herbaria looking to publish their data free online via our portal, or want to digitize their collections are welcome to get in touch via email at midatlanticherbaria[AT]gmail.com. The Mid-Atlantic Herbaria Consortium can provide training and resources, as well as the loan of imaging equipment, to any herbarium in the Mid-Atlantic that is seeking to digitize their collection. We can also assist in the conversion and upload of legacy databases to the Mid-Atlantic portal.
Looking for resources/links previously available on the MAM website, but no longer here? Please email mamdigitization[AT]gmail.com with your request.