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Investigating Bumblebee Pathogens in a Cornell Laboratory By Rosie Nagele

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Investigating Bumblebee Pathogens in a Cornell Laboratory By Rosie Nagele, Cornell University, Class of 2018 I peered carefully through the dim red light into the toaster-size bumblebee colony, gripping a pair of long forceps tightly. Nelson, the lab technician, Sally, a lab assistant, and I stood in front of the colonies, preparing to pull eight …

WWU Warm-up a Success!

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Our winter warm-up fundraising event was a large success this year. Thank you again to everyone who attended and everyone who bid on the items! Our new venue at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts turned out to be a wonderful location. We were set up in the gallery and had beautiful art hanging all …

AIP 2015 Call For Musicians

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CALLING ALL MUSICIANS!! We’re looking for local performers to play at the 2015 Arts in the Park Festival.  We are now accepting music entries for consideration (see details below). Spread the news and encourage anyone you know to submit!   We are also still accepting entries for artists  

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Artist Applications

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CALLING ALL ARTISTS!!! It’s still Winter, but we’re looking ahead! We’re about to begin the jury process for the 2015 Arts in the Park Festival. This year’s 20th Annual Festival will host over 50 juried artists . Find our application below. Just print and mail it back. If you have any questions, please contact us …

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Volunteer Days

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workday flier 2015 High School Park Workday Weekends 10a-12p Sponsored by, The Friends of High School Park Every other weekend beginning March 14 & 15 until November 7 & 8 Check our calendar for Workday Weekends. All are welcome. Long-sleeves, pants, hats, boots or shoes recommended Meet at the shed in the meadow area. Rain-dates not available.

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Gardening Workshop #2

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The winter snow did not stop us from getting together and learning. Last Saturday, a small group got together to learn a thing or two about cutting plants and propagating them to create more from the cuttings. We discussed technique and then went out into the field (our rain garden) and made some cuttings.  Learning …