Art, exhibits, and emerging knowledge come together at Cornell Botanic Gardens to express the ways in which Indigenous and rural communities around the world are adapting to disruptions caused by the climate crisis.
Cornell Botanic Gardens’ F.R. Newman Arboretum closed to vehicles for better pedestrian access and safety during COVID-19 containment
The 100-acre F.R. Newman Arboretum is closed to vehicular traffic so that pedestrians can readily maintain the recommended six-foot distance from others.
Cornell Botanic Gardens has unveiled a new outdoor art installation: a two-story mural, created in […]
The F.R. Newman Arboretum closes to vehicular traffic during the winter months for protection of tree collections and public safety.
Ornithologist J. Drew Lanham will talk about how conservation efforts benefit from racial diversity among those who advocate for conserving the natural world.
Cornell Botanic Gardens celebrates Mexica/Aztec connections to plants and foods, and the love of chocolate
Mexica/Aztec artist, storyteller, musician featured in O’Connor Lecture and entertains at the Chocolatada!
Artist, interior designer and plant stylist Hilton Carter will inspire audiences to transform their living spaces into green landscapes in “Wild at Cornell,” the Cornell Botanic Gardens’ William J. Hamilton Lecture.
Garden, arboretum, and natural areas tours and activities are planned throughout National Public Gardens week, along with a flower-themed concert by the Cornell Chimes.