The Landis Newsletter
If you've visited the Arboretum lately, you may have noticed some interesting new denizens. There's Percy, the tortoise, lumbering toward the pond, Friskie, the slavering dog, straining at the chain...
We have begun locking the gates at Landis after hours and during the day when no staff are on site to prevent the entry of motor vehicles during those times...
If you have volunteered here at Landis, you are part of a wonderful group who have helped us weather and survive bad economies and changing demographics – and you probably...
Poison ivy is, quite possibly, the most hated plant on earth. So it’s hard to imagine that poison ivy was once an admired and sought-after garden plant. Yes, a garden...
Members and volunteers know what a great place Landis Arboretum is. Now you have an opportunity to introduce friends and family to Landis so that they can learn more about...
Every spring for twenty-five years, I’ve done a spring hawk watch at the Arboretum, usually from the Meeting House. It sits on a promenade overlooking a bend in the Schoharie...
There is something about a bake sale that sweeps away all dietary reservations – and that can be challenging if one is trying to cut way down on gluten. I...
With a memorial tree you can remember a loved one or celebrate a birth, anniversary, or other significant event or person in your life. Choose from the Arboretum's list...
Darcy and Chet Zink attribute their time spent at the Arboretum to “the energy of volunteering.” Both agree that meeting people with a shared passion for the environment has...
Many people discover the Arboretum when they notice the signs for Landis on Route 20 in Esperance. Recently our reach has been extended to Route 88. Whether you are...
This is a very special word:Its actions come straight from the heart.When someone needs help, you avail yourself --You jump in with both feet and start. For many years, I...
The Landis Arboretum is a unique collection of trees, plants, and shrubs. But it’s also important to recognize that our arboretum is a unique collection of people.
Volunteers are the backbone of Landis Arboretum, offering a helping hand in the Arboretum gardens since the early 1950’s. George Landis and Levon “Van” Loveland., friends of Fred Lape...
Trees are often regarded as strong plants that will survive almost anywhere, but this success actually depends on choosing the right tree for the intended site.
Because every species...
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