What's Happening Now
Our Executive Director, Christopher Dunn, will recommend changing our name to “Cornell Botanic Gardens" to the Cornell University Board of Trustees, who are expected to vote on the proposed name change at their Oct. 28 meeting. The new name will more clearly identify this place as a public garden and better reflect our new mission, vision, and the depth and diversity of our programs. Read more
Best-selling author Simran Sethi spent five years meeting and working with people dedicated to making our food supply more secure, abundant and delicious. She will relate stories from her travels across six continents to learn the intimate histories of our foods and ways we can better save—and savor—them. Read more
Explore Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) agricultural knowledge and traditions in the exhibit "Ah-Theuh-Nyeh-Hah: The Planting Moon"
This exhibit celebrates the 100-year relationship between Cornell and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) communities, which are reclaiming traditional agricultural practices as a central way of life today. Join us for a tour and interpretation of the exhibit by Jolene Rickard, Director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, on Saturday, October 29. Read more
We are seeking applications for the Communications and Marketing Associate position. Click here to learn more.
The Cascadilla Gorge Trail between Treman Triangle at Linn Street and College Avenue is closed for maintenance until further notice. Read more in the October 17 Cornell Chronicle article "Cascadilla Gorge trail closes temporarily."