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Celebrating National Public Gardens Week

This National Public Gardens Week (May 8-17), we celebrated the resilience of public gardens across the nation in their adaptability in providing nature to their communities by sharing the ICG team member’s favorite photos of the Garden. See all the photos below! “I love this photo because

Wonders of the Wetland

Over the course of 2019, ICG’s Interpretation Committee (pictured below, from fall 2019) was busy designing a WONDER-ful new educational display in the Wetlands, which – thanks to a 2019 grant from the Tompkins County Tourism Program- is finally complete! Pictured left to right, from

New trees planted in the Garden

The Garden is growing! Four new trees have been planted in the Garden thanks to Ithaca City Forester and ICG Site Committee Member Jeanne Grace and her amazing crew. Andrew introduces our new black gum tree, named Sal. Also known as a black tupelo tree

Mother’s Day Card Kit

Mother’s Day is coming up Sunday, May 10. Stumped for ideas on how to honor your mom and show her she’s special? We’ve got you covered! We know families are busy and the days are short, long, and everything in between. The team at ICG

ICG in Bloom

Missing the Garden? Take a virtual tour of the Garden with our ICG in Bloom videos! We hope these videos serve as a reminder that while home, we are together, and nature’s beauty is unfolding all around us like a warm spring hug.

Play for All: Equity, Access, and Inclusion

Join us October 4-6 at ICG for the 4th biennial ICG Play Symposium: a gathering for change-makers fostering a culture of play in their communities. Featuring panels, play observation, presentations, and more, ICG’s Play Symposium is highly relevant for educators, parents, play professionals, parks and

Local Brownie Troop gives generous donation to ICG

Philanthropy can start at any age!  On May 22nd, Ithaca Children’s Garden was visited by Brownie Troop 61201. The Troop volunteered in the Garden planting gladiolus under the grape arbor with Facilities Manager Jean Gerow before presenting a generous donation of $150 to ICG, accepted