On Thursday, June 28, a new cohort of Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks volunteers braved the heat and came to BBG to work in the Children’s Garden. In the morning, teens from BBG’s Garden Apprentice Program led the group in a weed identification game and taught volunteers the key skills they would need to complete
Moody’s employees returned to Brooklyn Botanic Garden on May 16 and spent a beautiful spring afternoon deadheading, weeding, and edging lilacs in the Louisa Clark Spencer Lilac Collection with BBG Gardener Barry Rogers. Moody’s volunteers helped to cut spent lilac flower heads from stems in the process known as
Goldman Sachs volunteers came to BBG on April 17th for the annual Community TeamWorks volunteer day on Cherry Esplanade. BBG Arborists Chris Roddick and Travis Wolf lead the group in mulching and edging the Liberty Oaks on the eastern and western edges of Cherry Esplanade, which were planted in remembrance of the events of
On Saturday, March 24, Con Edison employees came to the Garden to help BBG’s Horticulture staff with spring cleanup. Volunteers spent the morning tending to the Garden’s Plant Family Collection, raking the lawns and mulching the shrub beds. Thanks to all the Con Edison volunteers for their hard work!
Bringing the seasons to life throughout the Garden's 52 acres is no small task! BBG's dedicated horticulture staff works hard to keep the Garden beautiful year round and often receives help from our Corporate Members. This fall, BBG highlights our partnership with Moody's, a longtime Corporate Member whose employees
On Wednesday, June 29th, Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks volunteers came back to BBG to work in the Children’s Garden. In the morning, Senior Garden Apprentices from BBG’s Garden Apprentice Program led the group in a weed identification game and briefed the volunteers on their tasks for the day. The volunteers