With their large showy flowers, sweet heady fragrance, and glossy green leaves, Magnolias are one some of the most [...]
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Each year, we prune the willow trees in the Public Garden to reduce the risk of trunk and branch failure. [...]
Abigail Adams is one of three women celebrated at the Boston Women’s Memorial on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall. The [...]
The statue of Phillis Wheatley is one of three women subjects of the Boston Women’s Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue [...]
After our latest Grange Hall meeting, we sat down with Consulting Arborist Norm Helie to discuss all things trees [...]
President Liz Vizza sat down with public scholar and art historian, Renée Ater, a visiting professor in Africana Studies [...]
We sat down with our new Director of Parks Care & Capital Projects Rebecca McKevitz to discuss all things parks! [...]
By Christine Helie, Consulting Entomologist, The Growing Tree Biological Control Native insect predators provide the important ecological service of [...]
This year, we counted down our favorite moments from 2022 on our social media channels. Follow us on Instagram [...]
The Friends recently penned a letter to Mayor Wu and City Officials imploring them to reconsider new development that [...]