slovak botanical society (sbs) is involved in the development, promotion of botany in the slovak republic, prognostic and protecting species richness blooming slovakia. The company supports the development of slovak botanists prompting and guidance of scientific and organizational work, setting out its role, designs and implements projects of botanical research, focusing attention of members to tackle the most urgent and important issues to the needs of protection of flora and vegetation of Slovakia for the rational use of natural and cultural vegetation ; Develop forecasting, organizing, deepen and coordinate with its members, contribute to raising the professional level of its members and versatile them in their professional activity will provide assistance provided by the appropriate professional and public authorities SR suggestions and proposals on matters relating to botany and vegetation slovakia; monitors state level of teaching botany at schools of all levels, increased attention is given to candidates from among the youth. slovak botanical society's national team slovak botanical community, defends the interests of slovak botanists and watch over the state of flora of slovakia as irreplaceable resource and wealth of nations. In 1912 at the then Institute of Botany of the Czech Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague inaugural meeting of the czech botanical society was held. After the czechoslovak republic, the company was renamed the czechoslovak botanical society. According to the original statutes of the czechoslovak botanical society general meeting elected honorary members for outstanding achievements of botanical science or society Slovaks elected an honorary member. At the general meeting it was approved the new statutes of the slovak botanical society. The society regularly organizes lectures, excursions, courses, workshops and scientific and descents. This society offers several awards each year in support of graduate student botanical research, undergraduate and graduate student botanical training, and the dissemination of knowledge through symposia.