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In The News – July 25, 2018

Conserving 635 Acres at Passmore Farm

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Press Release, Updates – August 7, 2018

Fall and Winter Program Guide

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In The News, Updates – August 15, 2018

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In The News, Updates – August 15, 2018

Some Like it Hot

Mt. Cuba’s Native rock garden features plants can take the heat and drought The summer’s heat has scorched the lawn, shriveled the shrubs, and caused the lettuce to bolt, yet Mt. Cuba Center’s rock garden remains unfazed. It is thriving in the heat, drought, and periodic downpours that mark the season, all thanks to a […]

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Press Release, Updates – August 7, 2018

Fall and Winter Program Guide

Hay rides, walk-and-talk tours, lectures, and more in our gardens   We have released our 2018-2019 Fall and Winter program guide, opening registration to a selection of new and popular tours, events and classes about gardening, conservation, art and wellness set to take place in our lush and colorful gardens. Browse the program guide here: https://joom.ag/NmHY […]

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In The News – July 25, 2018

Conserving 635 Acres at Passmore Farm

  Over the past year, a collection of individual donors, community organizations, and private foundations–including Mt. Cuba Center–worked to conserve Passmore Farm, a 635-acre property in New Castle County featuring saltmarsh, upland forest, freshwater springs, and productive farmland. This property is adjacent to the 1,250-acre Taylors Bridge Roberts Farm property, which became a conservation success story […]

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Updates – July 12, 2018

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Mt. Cuba Center’s plant experts were recently featured on the In Defense of Plants podcast to talk about our orchid conservation efforts and trial garden work. Take a listen at the below links: Episode 168 – Orchid Conservation at Mt. Cuba Center “Today we are joined by botanist and orchid fanatic Adrienne Bozic to talk […]

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Press Release, Updates – July 5, 2018

Garden Wild

Go Garden Wild This Summer Summer is officially here. Engaging children with the outdoors can help foster a connection to nature and science while school is out of session. Botanic gardens like Mt. Cuba Center offer enriching and affordable family friendly events and activities this summer, like a two-day Garden Wild event that celebrates the […]

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