The Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill is the first public garden, not only in Santa Fe, but in all of Northern New Mexico. This location offers us an unparalleled opportunity to expand our educational mission at a convenient downtown location and display the beautiful native flora and subtle colors of this region.The myriad of sites in the new garden afford endless possibilities for learning and programming. The 13-acre Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill will offer four separate yet integrated garden experiences, each reflecting the variety and richness that can be achieved even in this region of scarce water. Designed by landscape architect W. Gary Smith, it will integrate the natural and man-made, a location of natural beauty and environmental interest for tens of thousands of Santa Fe residents and visitors annually. From the fruitful Orchard Gardens and the celebration of the harvest, to the restored arroyos and their rebirth, to the cultural and biodiversity of the Courtyard and Naturalistic Gardens, the Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill will surely educate, inspire and enrich our community.
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Saturday, October 26th, 8am-10am. Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve, FREE, no registration necessary. Spend a morning in the unique wetland habitat and learn about the diversity of birds from Rocky Tucker, volunteer bird guide. About Rocky Tucker Rocky has a life list of over 2500+ birds, 600 of which are in the US. He is a retired [...]