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Exploring cones of many shapes and sizes is yet another reason to visit Plantations this time of year. Click here to read about Sarah Nickerson's visit to explore cones with her toddler Leo on our tumblr page.
This summer, get your hands dirty while building valuable career skills in our PEEPS teen apprenticeship program or our Summer Intern Program for Cornell students. Read more
Do you love plants, gardens and the natural world, and have desire to share that love with others? If so, consider becoming a Cornell Plantations Tour Guide! Read more
Join conifer gardener Phil Syphrit on an easy walk through a portion of Cornell Plantations’ conifer collection in our botanical garden. Read more
Introduced in the 1840's, cyanotype printing is one of the earliest photographic processes. We invite you to view botanical cyanotypes by local photographer Laurie Snyder now through the end of February. Read more
For over 30 years, Raylene Ludgate has been an inspiration to others around her. She was recognized for this at the 11th annual Research, Extension and Staff awards on November 10th. Read more in the CALS Notes blog "Plantations youth ed leader Ludgate honored for decades of inspiration."
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.