Post by Ryan Dostal, based on research by students in UW-Madison Religious Studies course “Food, Meaning, Religion”. What is an Afro-Diasporic Garden? As people of African descent found themselves in new places, they resisted the …
Guest post by Lina Martin and Lauren Cornelius from the Native American Center for Health Professionals who collaborated on our Three Sisters Garden this year (2022). The NACHP 3 Sisters garden was started in 2014 …
Ever heard of a Tapestry Lawn? Our Horticulture Director, Josh Steger, dives into detail about the Garden’s newest lawn style.
CALS shares the story of a cancelled Family Gardening Day turned community giving opportunity.
Sempervivum’s plant profile is brought to you by our Horticulture Apprentice, Tori Lopez. Learn all about this hardy, beautiful plant!
Plant Adoption Day bring hundreds of students to the Garden to adopt their very own plant. Our Plant Parent Intern, Sam Wood, shares his experience preparing and running an event this big for UW students.
Plants make people happy. Hear from our Director, Ben Futa, about the wonderful work our staff is doing during the pandemic.
You can’t cancel nature. Hear some good news from our Director, Ben Futa.
External Relations Apprentice (and artist) Maire Cait Mullen shares her experience with drawing nature. Check out some of her work here!
Hear from our former Marketing Intern, Jaya Larsen, about the importance of green spaces when it comes to mental health.