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In The News – June 11, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center in The New York Times

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In The News, Press Release – July 17, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center Named Best Botanical Garden

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Q&As – September 21, 2021

Look Out Below! Kid’s Tree Climb

Mt. Cuba’s annual Tree Festival is an old-time favorite. A fun-filled day celebrating the trees in their autumn glory gets a new exciting twist this year. A brand-new event, Kid’s Tree Climbing, will give kids a birds-eye view of Mt. Cuba. This event started with an idea from Mt. Cuba arborist, Eric Kelley, a third-generation […]

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Updates – September 10, 2021

Get Started with Nature Photography

Dramatic photos of the natural world are a joy to behold and an inspiration to all. A photo can transport the viewer to never before seen landscapes or show an up close and personal view of wildlife and plants. Filled with color, textures, shapes, and interesting objects, nature is a one of the most popular […]

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Press Release – September 3, 2021

Mt. Cuba Wins DE Top Workplaces

For the third consecutive year in a row, The News Journal awarded Mt. Cuba Center a Top Workplaces 2021 honor. This recognition credits 55 companies and organizations in Delaware as a Top Workplace and celebrates companies that make the world a better place by prioritizing a people-centered culture and giving employees a voice. The list […]

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Press Release – August 20, 2021

Fall Into Learning

Mt. Cuba Center’s FALL 2021 -WINTER 2022 Program Guide introduces more than 100 expert-led classes in gardening, conservation, art, and wellness. The latest program guide brings botanical education via online and in-person classes to those interested in learning. Browse the program guide at mtcubacenter.org/programguide. This fall and winter, students can: Learn about The New Naturalism […]

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Updates – August 10, 2021

Conserving the American Chestnut

By Pamela Crowe  An estimated 4 billion American chestnut trees dominated the eastern hardwood forest at the beginning of the 20th century, but by 1950 the American chestnut had disappeared from the landscape due to the chestnut blight. Huge gaps remained in the forest canopy. Other trees eventually filled in the canopy, but nothing could […]

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