What's Happening Now
On Wednesday, October 24, author Ellen Ogden will show you how to grow an edible garden with an eye towards beauty, easy care, and pleasure. Read more
Sean Sherman, James Beard award-winning chef, founder/CEO of The Sioux Chef, talked about the connections between indigenous food systems, food security, and health at Cornell Botanic Gardens’ Fall Lecture Series. Read more in an October 2 Cornell Chronicle article.
The grant from the federal government’s Institute of Museum and Library Services will enable us to upgrade our plant records database, digitize tree health and pest management data, and to integrate plant records in a new website. Read more in a September 19 Cornell Chronicle article.
The Cascadilla Gorge Trail between Linn Street and the Stewart Avenue Bridge is open. Repair work on the upper half between the Stewart Avenue bridge to College Avenue is ongoing and the trail there remains closed.
The article "Water World" looks at the past, present, and future of Cornell's iconic Beebe Lake—which, like the University itself, traces its roots to Ezra. Read the full article.
Visitors to Cornell Botanic Gardens who are inspired by the diverse, beautiful plants in our cultivated gardens, arboretum, and natural areas now have a way to bring those plants to their own gardens with ShrubBucket—an online plant distributor of high-quality perennials. Buy your plants here.