The University of Maryland’s Arboretum and Botanical Garden seeks to connect students with the campus. Today’s intern spotlight shines on Lydia Printz, Campus Food Garden Intern.
The University of Maryland’s Arboretum and Botanical Garden seeks to connect students with the campus in a way that other campus organizations can’t; that is, through horticulture and landscaping. Not only does the campus Arboretum focus on connecting volunteers with different gardens and landscapes around campus, but we also provide several internship opportunities for students who want to take things a step above regularly volunteering.
Installed in the fall of 2018 on the south side of the Physical Sciences Complex, this garden honors the work of Professor Joseph Weber (1919-2000).
Two of the University of Maryland’s gardens have won county-wide recognition by winning the Prince George’s County Beautification Award.
In a new collaborative study out of UMD and Cornell University, researchers find that as little as 10 minutes of leisure time experiencing nature can measurably improve your mental health and wellbeing.
The University of Maryland was honored with the 2019 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management—an honor that has been bestowed to the UMD Arboretum for twelve consecutive years. The university is one of only 25 institutions nationally who can claim this impressive distinction.
The University of Maryland's Arboretum & Botanical Gardens is offering a new program for new parents, Walk with an Arborist...and Your Baby!