West Virginia University’s Core Arborium uses Nature’s Notebook to expand reach, community engagement, and citizen science research. West Virginia University faculty, students, staff, volunteers, and school groups monitor plants in the 91-acre West Virginia University Botanical Garden. Temporary spring wildflowers and trees in full bloom in spring will be the objects of observation.
The botanical garden usually hosts spring wildflower walks sponsored by West Virginia University’s Department of Biology. Like the botanical garden, WVBG has various paths besides the garden.
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Calendar of events: https://arboretum.wvu.edu/#calendar