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3,600 acres of Northeast Ohio’s most beautiful gardens and natural areas.
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Common loon released on Corning Lake by volunteers. Loons sometimes mistake wet parking lots for bodies of water and become stranded. The placement of their legs makes it difficult for them to maneuver on land.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 13
Trout lilies will be blooming soon!
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 11
Neither snow nor rain nor heat keeps Holden Forests & Gardens scientists out of the field, which is good because weather in Ohio can change without warning.
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Katie Stuble Apr 9
It’s been a long winter, but these little guys have finally emerged
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Katie Stuble Apr 9
Sergio Sabat Bonilla talks about his work on agricultural legacies in forested ecosystems @MEEC2018
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 9
Walk up with the birds and enjoy a Sunday morning Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland bird hike at the Holden Arboretum or one of our area's great parks.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 5
Going to this weekend? If you are planning to see Mountain Miracle on Friday or Sunday, use the code HOLDEN when you buy your tickets and get $2 off the regular ticket price.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 4
Come out and meet Holden Forests & Gardens scientists Juliana Madeiros and Kate Stuble at from 11am to 1pm, April 28
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 4
Replying to @MentorPL
Thanks, we love visiting our great area libraries!
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MentorPublicLibrary Apr 3
We had a special story time this morning with our friends from . Kids learned about trees and the animals that depend on them.
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The Holden Arboretum Apr 4
Weeping white pine cones on a tree in the Gries bed near the Corning Visitor Center entrance drive.
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Holden Forests & Gardens Apr 2
Holden Forests & Gardens kicked off our new Tree Corps program last week, welcoming our first group of Tree Corps employees. Tree Corps members will be learning about various aspects of tree care while planting and maintaining trees in the Cleveland area. &Gardens
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 28
Looking across Blueberry Pond this morning toward the Ponderosa Pines.
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Katie Stuble Mar 23
Spring phenology Day 1 (aka March 23)... no leaves yet
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 22
Counting down the days until the Cleveland International Film Festival. We're excited to sponsor the film Mountain Miracle this year. Come out this and see it with us on April 5, 6 or 8 and get $2 off the price of tickets when you use the code HOLDEN.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 22
Charles Tubesing, our plant collections curator, is helping to clone the Moses Cleveland White Oak, which must be removed due to extensive decay. Check out the story by New Channel 5.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 21
Great opportunity to join the Holden team as a seasonal at the Arboretum in our guest services department.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 17
New at the Treehouse shop at the Corning Visitor Center, beautiful nature-inspired note cards. The cards are $3.95 each.
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NYSUFC Mar 15
Urban Forest Carbon Registry is now City Forest Credits & other updates on this innovative Carbon+ Credits initiative.
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The Holden Arboretum Mar 14
In addition to pursuing their own research, Holden scientists help encourage the next generation of researchers.
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