Festival of Fire & Ice Brings Light to the Heart of Winter
+ A Simple Winter Activity By Annika Ross, ICG Youth Garden Educator I love [nature journaling] because it helps me feel connected to the place I’m living in, to all the creatures and plants and rocks and soil I’m living with. Annika Ross, ICG Youth Garden Educator My Journey into
Written by Kelsey Brewster, ICG’s Nature Preschool Lead In the Hands-On Nature Anarchy Zone (HONAZ), a space for child-led discovery and creation, twelve children, ages 3 to 5, and part of ICG’s Playful Nature Explorers program, enjoy a late spring morning playing and exploring with friends. Two adults, Playful Nature
Exciting visitor to the Garden for ICG’s 20th annual Scarecrow Jubilee!
by Jason McClevish Undoubtedly, the Garden is always bustling with activity. But what unfolds day-to-day that we might not witness? Jason McClevish brings it all into focus, ensuring we all can enjoy the Garden’s lush vitality, even when we’re away from Ithaca Children’s Garden this fall. Summer has certainly lingered
Meet Taylor Gettis, ICG’s new database management wizard.
A nature storyteller and ICG’s newest addition to the education team, meet Annika.
Just as nature’s cycles bring renewal and growth, Erin Marteal has returned to Ithaca Children’s Garden as Development Director, infusing the ICG team with her wisdom of experience and the excitement of new beginnings.
Access a Free Senior-Friendly Day Out and Itinerary to Ithaca Children’s Garden!