What's Happening Now
Join us this Saturday, July 12, in honoring the Haudenosaunee
long-practiced peace-making tradition of planting a white pine as an emblematic Tree of Peace in an effort to strengthen the message of peace and unity. Read more
Come celebrate the twelfth year of outdoor Shakespeare at Cornell Plantations as the Ithaca Shakespeare Company presents "Hamlet" and "Love's Labour's Lost" in rotating repertory starting Thursday, July 10th.
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Frank Purazzi, head chef at the Northstar House, will guide you through the process of food and beer pairing using fresh, locally grown ingredients and a sampling of local beers. Click here to learn more and register.
Click here to view our 2013 Annual Report online.
From Cornell students to local schoolchildren, visitors and lifelong learners, every year 14,000 people reconnect with nature through our tours, classes, and free public programs. Watch a delightful short video that shows the breadth and value of these programs, the difference they make, and how you can help! Read more
Through a partnership with faculty in Cornell’s Horticulture and
Landscape Architecture departments, we recently installed a climate
change demonstration garden in the Pounder Vegetable Garden. Read more