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Scientists often face career hurdles when they take what some see as a “nontraditional path.” The traditional scientific career, however, has been defined primarily by white scientists. In this talk, Dr.
While many public gardens are open for visitors, many schools started the fall teaching remotely or having limited in-school time. Educators are thinking of and creating ways to continue to serve school groups amidst the ongoing pandemic.
What does research say about promising approaches to online EE programs? Our team shares results from a systematic literature review conducted to identify what approaches appear to work best for virtual EE field trips and activities.
Edwina von Gal, Landscape Designer and Founder, Perfect Earth Project
André ten Dam, Director of Operations, Bloedel Reserve
Taking learning outdoors can protect against virus transmission, provide positive academic outcomes, and offer proven mental health benefits, but how do we get administrators, teachers, parents, and other stakeholders on board?
Many are well aware of the inequitable distribution of trees in our urban areas. Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities often face the greatest burden of heat, air pollution, and flooding all of which urban greening can help to miti
Presented by the Association's Education Community. Presented by Gabe Tilove (Associate Director, Adult Education, Phipps Conservatory and Botanic Gardens)
As COVID-19 spreads throughout the United States, organizations are having to quickly adjust and adapt to the rapidly changing guidance and restrictions placed upon businesses, communities, and individuals in the state.
Atlanta Botanical Garden:
The Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden scavenger hunt online:
If you want to communicate about big changes, there are best practices to consider. We’ll also take time to hear what’s on the community’s mind when it comes to communications. What communication challenges are you thinking through?