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Edwards Lake Cliffs Spring Wildflower Hike, May 3

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3 days 2 hours ago

Visit this unique natural area on a guided afternoon hike with botanist Robert Wesley on Thursday, May 3 from 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Please note the date has been rescheduled from April 26. Read more

Evening Wildflower Walk Monday, April 30

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6 days 2 hours ago

Please note, this walk has been rescheduled from April 23, giving more time for the wildflowers to emerge! Read more

 

Cascadilla Gorge is open for the season!

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1 week 1 day ago

Many hands make the Cascadilla Gorge trail open for the season! Our volunteers made it possible for the big iron gate to swing open today. Learn more about what it takes to prepare the trail for its seasonal opening, and maintain it year round here. Read more

Arboretum Open for the Season!

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1 week 6 days ago

The F. R. Newman Arboretum is now open to vehicles. New this spring: Thousands of bulbs will bloom in two locations in the arboretum. Read more

 

Watch spring unfurl on Mindful Botany Walks starting April 6

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4 weeks 6 days ago

While following the same route each week, we will practice mindfulness by dedicating our attention to the present moment and fully observing the amazing plant transformations that take place during spring. Read more

On Display: "Blooms of Being Planted 2018"

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6 weeks 1 hour ago

Photographic images by Mary Kay Marks are on display at the Nevin Welcome Center for March and April.  Read more

 

 

Now is the time to visit 30,000 new spring bulbs

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9 weeks 2 days ago

Last October, Professor William Miller of the School of Integrated Plant Science, Horticulture Section of CALS, collaborated with Cornell Botanic Gardens to plant 30,000 bulbs outside the Nevin Welcome Center and in our F. R. Newman Arboretum with a mechanical bulb planter. Read more

Naturally dyed textiles on display in the Nevin Welcome Center

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9 weeks 6 days ago

“Quiet Labor” features naturally dyed textiles, garments and artwork by students and local artists who contribute to the Cornell Natural Dye Studio. Read more

 

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