2022 CBHL Annual Literature Award
Nomination for the the 2022 CBHL Annual Literature Award is now open.
Both members and publishers are invited to fill this form when nominating or submitting a title for the 2022 CBHL Annual Literature Award.
Members and publishers may submit more than one title (please use this form once for each title), as long the titles are published after January 1, 2020.
Publishers’ submitted titles need to be sponsored by a CBHL member before being included among the nominees. Publishers will then be asked to send review copies individual members of the Annual Literature Committee after being contacted by the Committee chair in early 2022.
New nominations and submissions will be accepted here
until December 17, 2021.
Winner(s) will be announced at the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Please, consult guidelines for additional information. NEW: Diversity, equity and inclusion considerations for the 2022 Annual Literature Award (see below).
Thank you for your participation.
Why I am a CBHL member
I can't imagine not renewing our CBHL membership. My involvement in CBHL is one of the highlights of my job and the benefits far outweigh the cost.
Brandy Kuhl, Library Director, Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture, San Francisco Botanical Garden
CBHL is my lifeline, my go-to group when I need assistance locating information about plants and botanists, especially the early works and on taxonomy.
Suzi Teghtmeyer, CBHL president and librarian, Michigan State University Libraries
I have been a member of CBHL since 2001 when I joined the staff of the Elisabeth C. Miller Library at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens in Seattle. That same year, I attended my first annual meeting at the Denver Botanical Garden hosted by the Helen Fowler Library. I was so amazed to learn that there was an organization comprised of plant librarians!After the Miller Library hosted the annual meeting in 2010, I was asked to join the Board. I wanted to serve CBHL because I had gained so much from meeting fellow horticultural librarians and visiting other garden libraries.
Tracy L. Mehlin, information technology librarian, University of Washington Botanic Gardens
CBHL has proven to be for me the best professional organization to participate during my 34-year career as head of the Library of the Montréal Botanical Garden. As my involvement, I attended 26 annual meetings, hosting two of them, I served on the board and was part of many committees. CBHL provided me with shared expertise and a great network of colleagues all across North America.
Celine Arseneault, retired botanist and librarian, Montréal Botanical Garden