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Garden News

Six NYBG Curators Set to Retire but Will Continue Their Work as Curators Emeriti

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With an average 32 years of service, six curators in The New York Botanical Garden’s Plant Research and Conservation program and the LuEsther T. Mertz ... Read More

Garden News, Videos

NYBG Is Reopening!

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We are reopening on July 21! We will welcome back Garden Members, our Bronx Neighbors, and Bronx Health Care Heroes for a special Appreciation Week ... Read More

Behind the Scenes, Garden News

Bronx Councilmembers Plant and Harvest Vegetables at NYBG’s Edible Academy for Produce Donations to the Community

Posted in Behind the Scenes, Garden News

During recent visits to The New York Botanical Garden, four New York City Councilmembers representing Bronx districts joined members of the Edible Academy staff in ... Read More

Garden News

#LightItBlue with NYBG

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To our frontline and essential workers, thank you from everyone at NYBG for your tireless efforts in this challenging time. Read More

Garden News

KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature Rescheduled to 2021

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KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature, originally planned for 2020, has been rescheduled for spring–fall 2021 in coordination with New York State’s efforts to contain the spread of ... Read More

Garden News

Take Action to Support NYBG and Our Fellow Cultural Institutions

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NYBG is collaborating with the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the New York City cultural community, and our colleagues nationwide in asking Congress to allocate ... Read More

Garden News

New Food Initiative: The Bronx Canasta

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The New York Botanical Garden’s Bronx Green-Up is excited to be part of an exciting new food initiative, The Bronx Canasta. Read More

Environment & Conservation, Garden News

Rarest of Them All: New Research Using Data from NYBG and Other Institutions Finds More Than a Third of All Plant Species Are “Exceedingly Rare”

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An international team of researchers, including an NYBG scientist, has concluded that more than a third of all plant species are exceedingly rare, making them ... Read More

Garden News, Inside our Collections, Plant Science

Pressed for Time: Herbaria & Environmental Threats Assessment

Posted in Garden News, Inside our Collections, Plant Science

Herbarium specimens are one of the very few tangible sources of information about how plants and fungi lived before industrialization, and during each successive period ... Read More

Garden News

Beginning the Haupt Conservatory’s Palm Dome Restoration

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Starting April 29, the iconic dome of the 117-year-old, glass-and-steel Enid A. Haupt Conservatory will undergo restoration in accordance with routine maintenance and operations of ... Read More

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