For round 2 of our Ask Me Anything! with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County Compost Educator Adam Michaelides and Master Composters Romina Capelli and Daniel Baruch we’ll be learning all about worm composting! Not only are worms wiggly and cute, but they also produce
Lots of plants and veggies are growing in the Garden and we know you’re growing lots #athome! Join us for a Show & Tell Ask Me Anything! on Wednesday, June 24 from 1:00-1:30 PM. The ICG team will give you a glimpse of what’s growing
Learn all about composting from the masters! Join us on Wednesday, June 17 from 1-1:30 PM for an Ask Me Anything! Zoom session with Cornell Cooperative Extension Compost Educator Adam Michaelides and Master Composters Romina Capelli and Daniel Baruch. Register by Noon on June 17
According to a Haudenosaunee creation story, the world began on the back of a turtle. It is this Creation Story that Gaia, ICG’s turtle giantess, celebrates! On Wednesday, May 27 from 1-1:30 pm we’ll be joined by local artist Kelly Cullen and Grammy award-winning musician
Last Friday, May 8, plant science kits (including vegetable seedlings, seeds, supplies, and lessons) that ICG produced in collaboration with the amazing team at Cornell’s Frank Lab were distributed by school bus to every Ithaca City School District receiving school meals through ICSD’s Farm to
On May 6, fairy expert and entomology student Nina Devine joined the ICG team to answer all your fairy questions!
On April 29, the co-owner of Little Big Farm, Phelan Pagano (who just happens to be the brother of ICG Communications Alana Pagano!) joined the ICG team to share all your questions about growing microgreens at home!
Throughout April, ICG gave away more than 300 baby houseplants that were generously donated to ICG by Hortus Forum, Cornell’s undergraduate horticulture club. On Wednesday, April 22 Cornell Plant Biology PhD student Brandom Williams joined the ICG team to answer your houseplant questions and revealed
Throughout April, ICG gave away more than 300 baby houseplants that were generously donated to ICG by Hortus Forum, Cornell’s undergraduate horticulture club. On Wednesday, April 15 Shelby, Sam, and Samra of Hortus Forum joined the ICG team to answer questions and share why they