Plants are an answer to climate change. They are nature’s reservoirs for absorbing carbon dioxide as they grow. Practical plant-based solutions to a warming climate based on today’s technology are highlighted in the Education Center. The exhibit is inspired by Project Drawdown, a plan of eighty solutions developed by a coalition of researchers and scientists […]
See what is blooming in nature and how these plants relate to mountain ecosystems outside the Garden walls. Meet at the Education Center and be prepared for an off the pavement walk.
Chef Simone Reatti of La Nonna will be our second featured guest in this six-part series of cooking demonstrations featuring the Valley’s most celebrated chefs, designed to inform and delight audiences. These chefs volunteer their time and talent in support of the Gardens’ work in horticulture, education, and conservation. Members of Betty Ford Alpine Gardens […]