Volume 34 , Number 4
In this Issue
The day dawned bright and beautiful on August 13 at Landis and remained so as 97 runners stepped off for the 10th Perennial Forest 5K Walk-Run. Mark Stephenson achieved the...Read More
Gardeners eager to fill corners of their gardens with hardy perennials, trees, and shrubs once again made the Fall Plant, Book, and Bake Sale a successful fundraiser.Read More
Many years ago, an oak seed fell to the ground, sprouted, took root, and grew. As it grew, it learned to love the things that nurtured it: sun, water, air...Read More
About 500 years ago, an acorn sprouted that would one day grow into the Landis Arboretum’s signature tree, the Great Oak. The year was 1516, 300 years before the village...Read More
Since the establishment of Fenimore Asset Management (FAM) 42 years ago, founder and chairman Tom Putnam has developed a culture of giving to and investing in non-profit and other community...Read More
Those who support the Landis Arboretum – the members, volunteers, Board, and staff – are often asked what they love most about it. The answers are as diverse as Landis...Read More
The Woodland Trail takes the visitor to a pond that was, until the construction of a dike in 2008, a seasonal wetland. This now year-round pond is home to...Read More
As a schoolchild, I did not like to face the blackboard with its midnight gloom. I always looked out the windows at anything green or blue, any bird in...Read More
“I like to talk to plants, especially trees. People talk to dogs and cats, and they’ve figured it out. Trees have too,” said Peter Rumora.
Talking to plants...Read More
What with the late spring snow, the summer’s drought, and marked increase in humidity, it has been a challenging year for the Arboretum’s Garden Club -- and it’s not over...Read More
The Arboretum’s annual Volunteer Appreciation get-together was held at the Meeting House on the afternoon of September 25.
Landis Board member and historian Lee Lattimer read a poem...Read More
An arboretum is all about trees. “Arbor” means “tree”(as in Arbor Day), and there’s no place like the George Landis Arboretum to see beautiful trees. But there’s another type of...Read More
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