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Archived News From January 2009
Penn State Natural Resources Extension to roll out a monthly online seminar
From the Amazon to the Andes; Travels in Peru
Children and their families voted and have named pygmy loris “favorite animal”
Wyeth (1917-2009) painted until recently, with some new works exhibited at the Brandywine River Museum last year.
From January 24 through March 31, the famed Chester County display garden will pay homage to one of the world's most beloved flowers.
Philadelphia Zoo and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts joined forces to host student competition.
She will speak on 'The Authentic Garden: Five Principles for Celebrating a Sense of Place.' A reception will follow.
William Penn Foundation awards $440,000 grant to arboretum for two-year program of tree planting, management.
Scholarships aim to help build better public gardens by providing staffers with opportunities for academic and creative growth.
The site-specific, outdoor creation will be built in Butcher Sculpture Garden along Wissahickon Creek from March 30 to April 18.
He is one of three alumni to be lauded in annual ceremony at the university's homecoming.