Join Christopher Dunn, PhD, the Elizabeth Newman Wilds Director of Cornell Botanic Garden, for a stroll through all your favorite outdoor places at Cornell and to hear how the gardens are working toward a world of diversity, beauty and hope.

Saturday, June 6, 2020, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

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Dunn will take alumni and guests on a virtual tour of the beauty and diversity found within Cornell Botanic Gardens in this talk. Dunn’s lecture will cover the gardens’ important work on connecting plants, people, and cultures. The botanic gardens’ efforts include cultivation of 150 acres of gardens and arboretum, stewardship of 3,500 acres of natural areas, including the iconic gorges and Beebe Lake, education of Cornell students, school children, and visitors, and conservation of nature around the world.