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“Through my own experience volunteering with ICG – both during the United Way Day of Caring and working on the Bulb Labyrinth Memorial Garden – I know how healing the Garden is,” shares Jae Darling (they/them), ICG’s new Communications Coordinator. “I also know how healthy
by Grace Heath Weikai’s love for the garden was infectious and when his family learned they were moving this past May, they expressed that one of the hardest parts for Weikai would be leaving the garden. In the fall of 2021, ICG restarted After School
Who studied architecture in high school, immigrated to the US from Haiti at age 7, speaks French Creole, is a hobby cartoonist, has designed wallpaper, is a certified nutritional coach, and will get his certified personal trainer certificate this month? That would be Kenley Beljour,
Now through November 1, we’re looking for volunteers to help us put the Garden to bed for the winter. Leaf rakers, mulch movers, stem cutter backers, compost sifters and all round hard working garden helpers! Putting a 3 acre garden to bed takes many, many
ICG Philanthropy Associate Tori Chamberlin is staying connected to nature by birdwatching right from her window.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Bird Academy Play Lab has so many fun games that explore flight, song, dance, feathers, and so much more! Shoebox Birdfeeder Invite nature to you by making a birdfeeder from a recycled shoe box lid! Find the full activity here. Materials: peanut/sun butter,
In Ithaca Times annual Best of Ithaca poll, Ithaca Children’s Garden ties with Sciencenter for Best Venue for Kids!
The Dewitt Middle School chapter of the Technology Student Association (TSA) has been hard at work in the Garden with ICG staff and superstar Board member Dan Krall building 10 beautiful benches for Ithaca Children’s Garden! TSA is a competitive national organization for students interested