The Gardens will be closed to the public on Saturday, April 20th. There will be no Thunder viewing or parking available.

WBG Board Names Philip Koester as President & CEO

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Dear WBG Community, The Waterfront Botanical Gardens Board of Directors is excited to announce that it has named Philip Koester as President & CEO. He will officially join us on January 8, …


In Bloom Fall 2023

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WBG In Bloom Fall 2023 Newsletter In this issue: Building Soil in the Urban Garden, Inspiring Awe through Nature, Finding Purpose through the Gardens, Reflecting on Summer Youth Programming, Spring Bonsai Weekend, …



In Bloom Spring 2023

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  In this issue: The Crane Community, Investing in Soil Health, Cultivating Wonder & Uniting Youth, and more READ THE NEWSLETTER HERE


An Announcement from Waterfront Botanical Gardens

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This June, we celebrate Kasey Maier’s tenth year with Waterfront Botanical Gardens. With this important milestone, we also celebrate her shift from President and Chief Executive Officer to President and Chief Strategy …


2022 Annual Report

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We continued to grow in many ways in 2022! READ THE ANNUAL REPORT HERE


In Bloom Fall 2022

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In this issue: Why a Japanese Garden? Kaede and Matsu JASK Programs Summer Camps       READ THE NEWSLETTER HERE


In Bloom Spring 2022

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In this issue: Kikai Campaign Overcoming Sensory Bias Connecting with the sounds of Nature Learning by Touch The Sense of Taste in the Gardens Abra Lee READ THE NEWSLETTER HERE


2021 Annual Report

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2021 was a big year for us! Learn more about it here… View our 2021 Annual Report HERE!