December 2013 Friends of the Garden Newsletter
Spillway and Ozarks Greenways get facelift - Long-planned park enhancements will control water erosion under Scenic serve both hikers and bikers; Vehicle count helps measure use of botanical gardens;Profile - Deanna Armstrong;Garden Notes & Other Good Stuff; From the President;Enhancements provide a guide for what is to come by Katie Steinhoff;and much more!
FOG Newsletter August-September 2013
Springfield Sister Cities Association showcases spruced up Stroll Garden, Gray-Campbell Expo Honors First Pioneers, Profile: J.J. Averett, A Stroll Through Time: Japanese Stroll Garden History, Garden Notes & Other Good Stuff, Around & About the Gardens, Ozark Garden Railway Society Hope for Trains in the Botanical Gardens, Membership Business Campaign Sets Lofty Goal of 2,014 Members by 2014.
FOG Newsletter for June 2013
Butterflies (and moths) move front and center for 5th annual festival, Renaissance n the japanese Stroll Garden, Profile: Frank Mason, Two Pathways to Zen: What makes a Japanese Stroll Garden?, Garden Notes, Around & About the Gardens, Endicott Pear tree, Young Sprouts in the Gardens and more.
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The Friends of the Garden mission is to "inspire the discovery, understanding and appreciation of nature by creating and maintaining gardens at the Springfield Botanical Gardens and by supporting the mission of the Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center and Park Board."
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