A garden oasis and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River

Summer 2015 Internships Get Underway!

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Charlotte Henderson, Wave Hill’s High School Programs Coordinator, helps administer Wave Hill’s Forest Project and Woodland Ecology Research Mentorship (WERM), both internships for teens. All of a sudden, it was summer for Wave Hill’s high school programs, both Forest Project internship…

This Week in the Gardens: The Last Hurrah

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Laurel Rimmer, Assistant Director of Public Programs, takes stock of the gardens before the first deep freeze of winter. After a long and glorious fall at Wave Hill, the temperature plunged below 30 degrees this past Tuesday night, snuffing out…

Make Way for Forest Project XXXIII!

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Mary Rose Robbins, Wave Hill’s High School Programs Coordinator—a new, 14-month position—is herself a former Forest Project crew leader. She reports here on preparations for the inauguration of the 33rd season of Forest Project Summer Collaborative.  The Forest Project interns…

Family Art Project Makes it to the Hill (Apr 6, 7)

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Isabel Figueroa, Assistant Leader of the Family Art Project, has completed a BFA in photography at St. John’s University and graduated from the General Studies Certificate program at the International Center of Photography. Here, she shares her perspective on a…

A Storybook Cardinal Tree!

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Visual artist Ilse Murdock is the Manager of Wave Hill’s Family Art Project, a free, drop-in program that for more than 20 years has helped connect families with both art and nature.  If you visited Wave Hill’s Family Art Project…

Amazing Work….Done by Amazing Students… Thank you for inviting me!

Mary Hynes is Office Manager/Education at Wave Hill. I was invited to The McSweeney Occupational Training Center Plant and Prune end-of-year celebration by Anne Hunter, Wave Hill’s Forest Project Manager. Before I write about the celebration let me tell you…