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Spring means heavier trail use

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1 day 9 hours ago

Warmer weather means more people enjoying the outdoors, often on one of
the multitude of trails maintained throughout the region including many within Cornell Plantations' natural areas. Read more

Part of Cascadilla Gorge Trail is Reopened

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1 week 5 days ago

The Cascadilla Gorge Trail, between Linn Street and Stewart Avenue, is now reopened after being closed for the winter. Read more

Meet Christopher Dunn (in three minutes and 30 questions!)

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3 weeks 1 day ago

Meet Dr. Christopher Dunn, Plantations' new E. N. Wilds Director. Click here to view a three minute video to get to know him a little better. Read more

Exhibit explores Haudenosaunee symbolism of the "Tree of Peace"

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4 weeks 2 hours ago

Visit the exhibit "Ögwe ö:weh Consciousness as Peace," which focuses on the Haudenosaunee symbolism of “The Tree of Peace,” also known as the white pine (Pinus strobus).  Read more

The Art of Nature

This series of five botanical illustration workshops are offered once a month from April through August. Pick and choose the sessions that interest you, or register for the full course and save 10%! Click here for schedule, cost and details.

"Painting the Plantations Through Students' Eyes" on display

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6 weeks 5 days ago

Visit the Nevin Welcome Center during March and April to view watercolor
paintings of trees and landscapes created by students of Camille Doucet
in classes at Cornell Plantations. Read more

Cornell Plantations is...

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31 weeks 6 days ago

Cornell Plantations is many things to many people. What does Cornell
Plantations mean to Cornell faculty, staff and students and Ithaca
community members? Click here to view a 3-1/2 minute video to find out.

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