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Christopher Dunn to chair new national conservation group

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Cornell Botanic Gardens’ director is leading the U.S. National Committee of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Read more about his role in a January 16 Cornell Chronicle article.

Animal track and sign walk February 3

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Join local author and animal tracker Linda Spielman for a leisurely walk through the Mundy Wildflower Garden in search of animal tracks and other signs of wildlife on Saturday, February 3 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Read more

Guided tour with conifer gardener Phil Syphrit February 2

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Take a closer look at our diverse collection of conifers, which include yew, metasequoia, concolor fir, larch, and cedar, and learn about their unique features, and tips for their care in the home landscape. Read more

Learn how Cornell's Climate-Adapted Design Studio has helped communites adapt to climate change

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On Wednesday, January 24 from 5 to 6:30 p.m., Cornell Professor Josh Cerra will will share the studio’s process for inspiring awareness and action in preparation for a changing climate. This forum is part of Biophilia:ITHACA. Read more

Closing the Arboretum to Protect our Trees

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4 weeks 2 days ago

Rhoda Maurer, director of horticulture for Cornell Botanic Gardens,
explains why the F. R. Newman Arboretum is closed to vehicle traffic during the
winter months. Read more

Ithaca Lawmakers to Vote December 6 on Safety Barrier for ‘Ezra’s Tunnel’

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6 weeks 2 days ago

Common Council is slated to vote on whether to allow Cornell to build a pair of safety barriers to restrict access to Fall Creek Gorge through the former industrial site known as "Ezra's Tunnel." Read more in the Nov. 30 Cornell Chronicle article.

Dunn Part of Cornell’s Delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference

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9 weeks 1 day ago

The United Nations’ Conference of Parties, COP23, on Climate Change was held in Bonn, Germany earlier this month.  Director Christopher Dunn was part of Cornell University’s delegation of faculty and students attending the conference to present and confer with attendees about how to deal with climate change. Read more

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