Many studies cite the importance of being part of the natural world around us. Regardless of the type of activity, whether it's hands-on gardening, digging in the dirt, taking a walk or a hike, camping, or just quietly experiencing nature, it can lower blood pressure, relieve stress, and encourage connections.
Today is National Arbor Day and to note this important day, we share the words of Arbor Day Foundation President Dan Lambe.
Calling all volunteers, students, staff, faculty, families, and friends! Good Neighbor Day registation is now open! Sign up to give back to our community while having fun in the sun with your friends!
Mr. Luis Alfonzo, horticulturist at the University of Maryland, is the recipient of the 2017-2018 University Systems of Maryland Board of Regents Staff Award in the Category of Extraordinary Public Service to the University or the Greater Community – Exempt.
Students who ponder around the Reiley Garden or walk by the Arboretum Outreach Center on their way to class have noticed an interesting cob structure standing between a small pollinator garden and the Reiley Garden, with some new neighbors living in the wall.
Many studies cite the importance of being part of the