Vol 46, NO. 3: Thank Goodness for Fall, Drones, Calling All Volunteers, Then and Now: First-Year Plants
News & Events
A look into the history of Earth Day stemming back to 1970 and what Earth Day has looked like on Haverford’s campus over time.
Squirrels are so common throughout our region that we often do not take a second glance if one passes us along our walks. If you have walked around Haverford’s Arboretum, chances are you have spotted one of these furry creatures while it was searching for acorns or scampering up a tree. Although we...
The daunting truths about climate change became more apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic than ever before. Simultaneously people all around the world developed a new appreciation for nature and our planet, creating the hope for consistent environmental advocacy in our post-pandemic future.
Now more than ever, it is important that we take advantage of all of nature’s healing effects on the mind and body. Not only does being outdoors encourage us to exercise more, but the simple act of being present in nature also has numerous psychological and physiological benefits.