Strand and Stem, a multi-artist exhibit at Tower Hill

2017-08-17T17:01:03+00:00

Strand and Stem will be on exhibit at Tower Hill Botanic Garden until Sept. 17. By Vancouver artist Lesley Richmond. Our lives are full of fabric, from the clothes on our backs to the couches in our homes. Many of the fibers and dyes used to make fabric come from plants. The artists in the [...]

Strand and Stem, a multi-artist exhibit at Tower Hill 2017-08-17T17:01:03+00:00

Sweet Harvest Contest Entry Rules 2017

2017-09-25T21:25:08+00:00

We want to have a taste of what’s been growing in your garden! Bake or make something sweet using the Fall harvest. Sweet Harvest Contest Entry Rules 2017 Each submission must be labeled with the participant’s Name, Hometown, General Category, and include a Recipe. Submissions must be checked in at Tower Hill on Friday, [...]

Sweet Harvest Contest Entry Rules 2017 2017-09-25T21:25:08+00:00

Garden Delights Contest Entry Rules 2017

2017-10-06T13:49:21+00:00

Tower Hill wants to see what's been growing in your garden! Take a look in your garden and start planning now for what you will submit to the 2017 Garden Delights Contest. Garden Delights Contest Entry Rules 2017 Participants must submit two of each type of fresh food or flower they want to enter. Two [...]

Garden Delights Contest Entry Rules 2017 2017-10-06T13:49:21+00:00

Youth fight invasive species at local refuge

2017-08-13T14:32:44+00:00

By Robert Burgess Tower Hill staff A recent Boston Globe article reminded us about the good volunteer work being done by young people throughout the region. Ten of the New England Aquarium’s Live Blue Ambassadors scoured the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in a service learning effort focused on “removing some invasive species that [...]

Youth fight invasive species at local refuge 2017-08-13T14:32:44+00:00