Volume 35 , Number 3
In this Issue
Anne Jaster’s home sits between two nature preserves, providing a forever-wild backdrop on which she and companion Rob Helffrich have created a beautiful canvas of trees and flowers. Anne’s knowledge...Read More
Several years ago, auto mechanic Richard Rivers looked at a bunch of leftover auto parts and saw a dinosaur.
After spending two decades gracing Duanesburg Auto Care, the...Read More
There was a time when if you needed butter, you milked the family cow and churned it yourself.
Clothing was made from sheep’s wool, spun on a wheel and woven...Read More
Many people love Landis for its collections, classes, and events, but it is never too late to appreciate its many hiking opportunities too. Landis has 10 distinct trails on its...Read More
It takes many helping hands to make things happen at the Arboretum. Here’s the latest “dirt” on some of what’s happening:
The committee brainstormed for the...Read More
It’s coming soon -- that time of year when the garden produces more summer squash and tomatoes than you ever imagined. Here’s a simple recipe that even the zucchini haters...Read More
On May 25, as part of an annual “Neighbors Make a Difference Day,” a KeyBank team worked on landscaping at the Meeting House and weeding the peony garden. One...Read More
In our Winter Newsletter, we introduced you to a budding relationship between the Landis Arboretum and the Audubon Society of the Capital Region. In this article, Audubon programs chair and...Read More
Once we were all connected.
It was late spring the first time I looked out over the Schoharie Valley from the Meeting House deck. There were, as Johnny Cash...Read More
The Arboretum’s Boy Scout Troop 501 is alive and well and thriving -- at a time when other nearby troops have ceased operation.
A Scout provides "plant concierge service"...Read More
“I’ve run many marathons in many places. I ran a marathon through the Black Forest in Germany. But there’s just something about [running at] the Arboretum. It’s a great place...Read More
Stephen Cushing was driving to classes at SUNY Oneonta when he noticed the sign for the Landis Arboretum. Something clicked: he was looking for a place for a summer...Read More
I'm thrilled and honored that Robin Kimmerer is speaking at the Arboretum this August! When I read her remarkable book, “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Wisdom of...Read More
The author of the award-winning book, "Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants," introduces us to the wealth of culturally significant plants in the Adirondack...Read More
A hungry predator crawls through a leafy jungle. Slow cautious movements make no sound. The well-camouflaged predator waits, motionless. Powerful forelegs stretch wide to grab its unwary prey.
Beware the...Read More
mailto:gardenflowerfairy@yahoo...It is a gift to be able to rearrange nature when creating beautiful landscapes or raising plants to suit our needs. But we must remember that what we create is...Read More
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