The National Center for Forestry and Grassland Genetic Resources (Forestry and Grassland Repository) consists of a series of in situ and ex situ repositories and ex situ repositories, including 15 in situ repositories, 137 ex situ repositories and 3 facility repositories (attached), all of which are recognized by the Seedling Department of the State Forestry and Grassland Administration or the National Forestry Germplasm Resource Platform to collect and preserve forest, grass, flower, bamboo and rattan germplasm resources, and to establish a big data system through standardization, digitization. The purpose of the Forestry and Grassland Resource Bank is to strengthen the germplasm resources of forests, grasses, flowers, bamboos and rattan. The purpose of the Forestry and Grass Resource Bank is to strengthen the collection and preservation of forestry germplasm resources and open sharing, and to promote sustainable use; the objective is to use ultra-low temperature freezing, genomics, artificial intelligence and other high technology to carry out long-term preservation, accurate identification and in-depth exploration of germplasm resources, and to achieve safe preservation and efficient use of germplasm resources. The Forestry and Grassland Resource Bank undertakes the rendezvous of scientific and technological projects in the forestry germplasm resource category. By building an integrated sharing service platform for germplasm resource production, academia and research, it improves the innovation and exploitation capacity of forestry germplasm resources, supports major national needs in scientific research, ecological construction and economic development, promotes the docking of resources and needs, and facilitates the use of resources and the transformation of results. It realizes information and physical sharing, so that forest germplasm resources can be safely preserved and scientifically utilized.