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Join us for an exciting speaker event: Curating  an Organic Rose Collection: 6 years at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with Sarah Owens

Tuesday, June 23
6:00 pm refreshments, 7:00 pm speaker
Whitehall, 3110 Lexington Rd.
Includes tour of the garden

Sorry – this event is sold out

Members: Free.  
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We are thrilled to share news with you about the latest milestone we’ve achieved in our effort to build the Waterfront Botanical Gardens where Frankfort Avenue meets River Road.

We’ve recently agreed on a $1.00 purchase price for the 23-acre property that will become our future home. The price was formalized when Botanica and Metro […]

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Remembering Dot Wade

On March 2, 2015 By

We are deeply saddened by the death of Board member and long time supporter of Botanica, Dot Wade. Dot has been working toward the development of a botanical garden for 30 years.

When asked why she believed in this project, Dot said:

“We need places where children can learn about nature and interact […]

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We are very pleased to share the news that Botanica has added our first full-time employee!

Botanica’s Board of Directors welcomes Kasey Maier, Director of Program Development, as our organization’s first full-time employee. The move recognizes Kasey’s fantastic work on the project, and it prepares our organization for our upcoming Capital Campaign to raise the funds […]

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Master Plan Reveal

On October 23, 2014 By

Join us for the unveiling of our Master Plan at Botanica’s annual meeting. You’ll hear members of Botanica and the design team describe the look, feel, features and functions of the future botanical garden. You’ll be among the first to see our conceptual plans for the future Waterfront Botanical Gardens!

Annual Meeting &

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By Martha Elson, Courier-Journal, September 8, 2014

Visitors to a proposed Waterfront Botanical Gardens at Frankfort Avenue and River Road would not only see ever-changing landscapes within the complex but also a new view of Louisville and the Big Four Bridge from an elevated walkway and overlook.

Other attractions could include a […]

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Garden Design Process Begins

On July 6, 2014 By

Over the past few weeks, our garden design process has gotten off to a fantastic start! I thought I’d share with you an update on how we’re progressing.

We recently completed two design sessions that helped the board and our Perkins+Will design team begin to shape the vision for the future garden’s Master […]

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