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Plant Talk

History & People, Plant Science

Discover the History of Herbaria with Barbara M. Thiers

Posted in History & People, Plant Science

This November, explore a heavily illustrated history of herbaria from one of the world's foremost experts. Read More

History & People

A Therapeutic Garden Grows in Amagansett, LI

Posted in History & People

“My family has had a house in Amagansett since the 1960s that I’ve visited every summer, but I was always too busy raising my kids ... Read More

Videos, What's Beautiful Now

Explore Fall Color

Posted in Videos, What's Beautiful Now

With fall color at its peak, now is a great time to explore the Thain Forest. Read More

History & People, Videos

Bronx Food and Farm Tour 3

Posted in History & People, Videos

Join Pamela Alvarez, Outreach & Education Coordinator for the NYC Compost Project, for 2020's third and final virtual tour of the Highbridge Hub, part of ... Read More

Plant Science

NYBG Virtual Expeditions Featured on Citizen Science Podcast

Posted in Plant Science

Anyone can contribute to the study and conservation of plants—from anywhere. That’s the message of a recent episode of the Citizen Science Podcast Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Garden Sets: Anthony McGill and Nancy Allen

Posted in Videos, What's On at NYBG

Join us among the beauty of the Conservatory Courtyard for our final Garden Set of 2020. Read More

How To, Videos

Making Mushroom Spore Prints

Posted in How To, Videos

Fall is the perfect season for kids to discover the beauty of fungus. Read More

History & People

Backstory, Front-story, Overstory, Understory

Posted in History & People

This spring, the built world shut down just as the natural one opened up. Read More

Videos, What's On at NYBG

Garden Sets: Judith Insell and the JOTB Collective

Posted in Videos, What's On at NYBG

Together with the JOTB Collective, Judith Insell performs free jazz on the picturesque veranda of the Stone Mill. Read More

Environment & Conservation, Inside our Collections, Videos

Is Birding a Lark?: A Conversation with Debbie Becker

Posted in Environment & Conservation, Inside our Collections, Videos

“If everyone went bird watching, we would have a more peaceful and united world,” claims NYBG’s long-time birdwalk guide Debbie Becker. Read More

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