News from Landis

Mar 16, 2022

From the Director's Desk: Q & A with Fred Breglia

Q) “I want to make a compost pile. What can I put in it? Is...

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Mar 15, 2022

Second Sunday Snowshoe: A Chance to Explore and Learn

Landis volunteer Susan Strangia, right, provides participants a brief history and safety tips regarding snowshoeing...

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Mar 12, 2022

Hello, Puddle! Publisher’s Weekly Starred Review

Anita Sanchez, illus. by Luisa Uribe. Clarion, $17.99 (40p) ISBN 978-0-358-38144-0 A poetic text delves...

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Mar 12, 2022

Babes in the Woods

Acorns are all over the trails in fall, a thick carpet on the autumn leaves...

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Mar 12, 2022

The Landis Calendar for 2022 is Ready!

We've planned lots of fun and educational events and workshops for 2022. You'll find activities...

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Mar 11, 2022

Mark Your Calendars for the Spring Plant, Book, and Bake Sale

As winter winds down, many gardeners are eager to find out what plants will be...

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Mar 08, 2022

​From the Garden: The Rainbow Connection

The color green is one of the most welcome signs of spring, followed closely by...

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Mar 08, 2022

Arts at the Arb

In the fall of 2021, Landis added yet another sculpture, “Bracing Stone,” by local artist...

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Mar 08, 2022

Let's Get Sowing! A Quick Tip for Growing from Seed

I often find myself looking through my small library of store bought packets and randomly...

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Mar 08, 2022

Spring Ephemerals and Wildflowers at Landis

It’s mid-winter as I write, but the days are lengthening bit by bit, and the...

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Mar 08, 2022

New Man in Town

Well, to be accurate, it’s not “in town”, it’s at the Arboretum. And I’m...

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Mar 08, 2022

​Landis Portraits: Floyd A. Guernsey III

Floyd A. Guernsey III remembered tagging along when his father pointed out a dwarf hemlock...

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