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Meet the Garden's Science and Sustainability Experts

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Don't miss the Science and Sustainability Open House on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at two of the Garden's rarely seen behind-the-scenes areas.
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| Categories: EarthWays Center This Season | Tags: Open House, sustainability, EarthWays Center, conservation, botanists | View Count: (2555)
Recently 800 excited visitors joined Garden botanists and members of the Garden’s EarthWays Center and Education division for a rare look at the Garden’s work in plant science and sustainability here in our region and around the world.
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| Categories: EarthWays Center This Season | Tags: monsanto center, Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, Open House, science, earthways center, sustainable solutions, conservation, botanists | View Count: (3073)
This dreadful bush’s berries are glossy red, its leaves are still green and clinging, and the ticks and chiggers are (mostly) gone from the woods it infests. It’s time again to grab a tool and VOLUNTEER to hack Bush Honeysuckle out of our region’s parks and waterways. Honeysuckle Sweep Week Events: October 28–November 12, 2017
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| Categories: Sustainability in the Community | Tags: bush honeysuckle, invasive plants, missouri native plants, honeysuckle sweep, conservation, biodiversity | View Count: (5234)
Go behind the science with Missouri Botanical Garden botanists at the Monsanto Center and meet the Garden’s sustainability experts on their home turf in the Commerce Bank Center for Science Education by attending our upcoming "Science and Sustainability" Open House Weekend on February 25-26. Did you know that the Garden is one of the most active and productive botanical research institutions in the world? Researchers from our Science and Conservation Division are dedicated to studying plan...
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| Categories: EarthWays Center This Season | Tags: science, sustainability, earthways, botanists, plant research, plant collections, herbariam, peter h. raven library, green schools, green education, energy efficienty, natural resources, ecosystems, conservation | View Count: (4208)