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Community Read: Sand County Almanac

January 24, 2014
“There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot.” Aldo Leopold—conservationist, naturalist, philosopher—was one who could not. His career in forestry and wildlife management and his keen observations of the natural world inspired him to write A Sand County Almanac, so he could share his thoughts about nature, humanity, and the connections between them. From now through mid-April, Longwood Gardens invites you to take part in our first annual Community Read, which features Leopold's conservation classic. Read the book, think about the issues of land, legacy, and community that it raises, and engage in activities and discussions at Longwood, at one of our partnering institutions, or join in our discussion on social media.

Local Flavors

April 19, 2013
Did you know that our fine dining restaurant, 1906, updates its menu every season? Our chef and restaurant staff recently added twelve new items. Take a look behind-the-scenes to see the stringent review that the dishes undergo to make the cut!
It’s not a matter of “if” the Green Wall will get pests; it’s a matter of “when.” Longwood’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) staff battles these pests with a non-chemical approach called biological control.

Longwood's Furry Ambassadors

August 25, 2011
In March 2009, we posted our most popular blog to date—explaining the role of the beloved cats that are diligent workers in Longwood's Integrated Pest Management Program. Since then we have added four felines to our ranks, so we thought it was time to introduce the our newest furry ambassadors, and update you on the rest of the crew!

Now We Are Cooking… with Summer Vegetables!

July 28, 2011
Summertime is full of sunshine, blue skies, and the EXTREME temperatures that veggies love!

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