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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 – July 14, 2021

Shorebirds: Avian Life on the Delmarva Coast

Mike Hudson interviewed by Molly Schafer   Did you know that native plants play a vital role in coastal ecosystems? Uniquely situated to support shorebirds and waterfowl, the Delmarva Peninsula provides copious habitat for avian life including migratory and threatened species. Join Mike Hudson on a deep dive into the relationship between native plants and […]

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Updates – July 13, 2021

A Walk in the Woods

Need a nudge to get back into nature? Take the upcoming course, Shrinrin-yoku to help tune out the daily stressors and re-connect with nature at Mt. Cuba Center. This class goes beyond just a walk in the woods and into a discovery of wellness with the help of a certified guide. Shrinrin-yoku is a Japanese […]

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Updates – July 9, 2021

Discover Peace in Nature

Connect with nature in a new way at Mt. Cuba Center’s upcoming course, Walking to Awaken. Discover the tranquility of the Gardens in early morning and disconnect, unwind, and focus on the meditative healing powers of nature. Awaken your senses while walking through gardens and woodlands alongside meditation teacher and practitioner, Julia Byrem. In this […]

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Press Release – July 9, 2021

Mt. Cuba Partners with Art-Reach’s ACCESS

Mt. Cuba Center is the latest arts and cultural organization to partner with nonprofit Art-Reach to create more accessible programming. Mt. Cuba is excited to be added to the list of ACCESS participating sites, an initiative launched by Art-Reach in 2014. ACCESS is a public initiative that empowers those individuals and families who come from […]

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Updates – July 6, 2021

Prepare to Leave the Nest

For the past three years, Mt. Cuba Center has partnered with the Brandywine Zoo to establish and monitor Kestrel nest boxes, leg band adults and chicks, and collect biological data on the birds that nest here.  The genetic information from our birds is sent to the American Kestrel Genoscape project, which contributes and supports nationwide research.   Due to habitat loss, American kestrel populations have declined dramatically regionally.  The results from […]

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