We offer online instruction and events to deepen each of our connections to plants.
This episode explores how much carbon the Botanic Gardens’ Natural Areas and other Cornell forests are capturing.
In this special program, learn about Beebe Lake’s ever-changing habitat and its permanent place in Cornell’s social and natural environment, with historian Corey Ryan Earle ’07 and Director of Natural Areas Todd Bittner. Hosted by the Class of 1966.
How our gardens and natural areas used to enrich student learning through the intersection of nature and art
Dr. Finney explores the complexities and contradictions of American history as it relates to green space and race.
Staff horticulturist Mitja Stragapede shares his personal odyssey with gardens and their transformative power.
Garden Curator Pam Shade explores some familiar and not-so-familiar herbs that flavor food and beverages.
This special virtual event features two presentations on native plants by our experts Krissy Boys and F. Robert Wesley.
Join our director on a virtual tour of our gardens with an emphasis on a new Asian Summer Garden now in the planning stage. Co-sponsored by the Cornell Asian Alumni Association.
Unwind and experience nature virtually, and learn more about Cornell Botanic Gardens in this pre-recorded webinar for LGBTQ+ community.
Bobbie Kuhlman, horticulturist, shares her tips for potting, watering, and getting the most enjoyment from vegetables grown in pots.