Cornell Plantations - Nevin Welcome Center

Cornell Plantations - Nevin Welcome Center

Ecotourism ResourcePark/Recreation AreaEco-Tour/Nature WalkNatural Corridor/GreenwayGreen BuildingEco Landscaping


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Cornell Plantations, an area of great natural beauty and serenity, is part of one of America's most renowned university campuses. The Nevin Welcome Center is anaward-winning "green" building.

* The botanical gardens features an herb garden, a decorative arts garden, a winter garden, collections of rhododendrons and ground covers, a heritage vegetable garden and a potted plant display.
* The arboretum features 150 acres of beautiful trees, shrubs, grasses, as well as ponds and streamside gardens.
* The Natural areas consist of 4300 acres of ecologically important sites on and off campus.

Plantations welcomes visitors free of charge, year-round, from sunrise to sunset (the arboretum is closed to vehicle traffic in the winter).


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