Two corpse flowers ready to bloom at the Huntington Library – NBC Los Angeles

Two corpse flowers are expected to bloom this week at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino. Stinkie grew 2.5 inches on Sunday to 76.5 inches and Green Boy from 1.5 inches to 71.5 inches, according to Susan Turner-Lowe, vice president of communications and marketing for The Huntington. Limited in-person tours with required masks will begin …

Trainee horticulturist joins Birmingham Botanic Gardens

Birmingham Botanic Gardens, the heritage attraction and independent educational charity, have welcomed a new intern gardener as they continue their commitment to training the next generation of horticulturalists. He secured funding from the National Gardens Bursary Scheme to allow 32-year-old Liz Jones to do a 12-month internship. She joined Matt Padbury, 25, who began his Finnis Scott Foundation-supported intern program …

High Water From Recent Rains Set Back Larrywaug Bridge Project in Stockbridge | New

STOCKBRIDGE – Reconstruction of the 1931 Larrywaug Bridge on Route 183 (Interlaken Road) in Stockbridge, a key link between that town and downtown Lenox, has been delayed by this month’s onslaught of torrential downpours and severe thunderstorms, said city administrator Michael Canales. STOCKBRIDGE – Work is expected to resume this spring to restore a failed 90-year-old bridge on Route 183 …

“Gardening is a way of being a human being”

The Spaniard Fernando Caruncho is acclaimed for his vast minimalist landscapes but much prefers to be called a gardener, one who believes that his profession goes beyond planting and beautifying: it is “a way of being a being. human “. Inspired by their role in ancient civilizations, he sees gardens as essential for us to feel at one with nature …

Why worms have become the latest pandemic craze

Christine Gillard works as an environmental educator at Memorial University’s Botanical Garden. Worms, she says, have needs like any other pet. (Henrike Wilhelm / CBC) The COVID-19 pandemic has boosted sales of items like flour, training equipment and lumber in Newfoundland and Labrador, as people choose new hobbies and take on housework . But demand for worms has also spiked …

Learning service to save the planet

Mark Zloba, manager of lands at the edge of the Appalachians in Adams County, leads UC Clermont students (left to right) Brandon Hammersley, Cailey Fritz and Isabella Naylor through the reserve in April as part of an environmental studies service learning project. Press release For Emily Cochell, a biology graduate from the University of Cincinnati Clermont College, finding full-time employment …

Memories of July 16, 2021 | Local Ads

We want to hear from you. To send information for inclusion in briefs, email [email protected] or mail Register-Star, Attention: Briefs, 364 Warren St., Unit 1, Hudson, NY 12534. For more information , call 518-828-1616 ext, 2490. VALATIE – The Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3266 Route 9, Valatie, will offer boxes of free food from its pantry once every three months. This …

Things to do in Corpus Christi: 8 reasons to travel

From the sandy shores of the Gulf to all things Selena. Landlocked cities like Houston, Dallas, and Austin may have plenty of freshwater and man-made bathing spots, but no lake or river can compare to the versatility and vastness of the Texas coastline. Corpus Christi is a large coastal city that lives up to its reputation as a top destination …

Memories of July 14, 2021 | Local Ads

We want to hear from you. To send information for inclusion in briefs, email [email protected] or mail Register-Star, Attention: Briefs, 364 Warren St., Unit 1, Hudson, NY 12534. For more information , call 518-828-1616 ext, 2490. VALATIE – The Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3266 Route 9, Valatie, will offer boxes of free food from its pantry once every three months. This …

in progress in the Greek-American community | archives, community, events

JULY-SEPTEMBER ASTORIA – The Athens Square committee presents Greek Night at Athens Square Park, 30th Avenue and 30th Street in Astoria, with live music every Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm. Free entrance. Please wear a face mask and keep social distance. Program canceled in case of rain. The event opens on July 6 with Aggeliki & Friends, followed by Rebetiko …