Flowers bring us together in appreciation of the beauty and diversity of the natural world.
Eating Hoppin’ John is one of countless traditions across cultures worldwide to bring good luck in the New Year.
Join us in appreciating the beauty and hope found in the unfolding seasons.
Valerie Aymer speaks on how our gardens have been of great use in her students’ practice of Landscape Architecture, as well as her own.
The F.R. Newman Arboretum closes to vehicular traffic during the winter months for protection of tree collections and public safety.
The eastern white pines (Pinus strobus) that tower over Comstock Knoll are a powerful cultural symbol to the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
Director of Natural Areas Todd Bittner explains how our forests, shrublands, and meadows sequester enough carbon each year to significantly contribute Cornell’s goal of a carbon-neutral campus by 2035.
Steeped in legends and lore, herbs provide a physical link to the beliefs and practices of people through the ages.
Cornell students in The Art of Horticulture course blended nature and sensory experience to create poetry in a workshop led by Nigerian-American artist Precious Okoyomon.