Ambler Campus: Marvelous Maples — Sugar Maple Celebration

Learn how to identify sugar maple trees and determine if they are old enough to tap for syrup. Watch how to tap sugar maples and learn how climate change is affecting the trees and the maple syrup industry.

Participants will additionally explore other native trees that are used to make various types of syrup and participate in a syrup tasting. 

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Ambler Campus: Women in Horticulture Annual Lecture: The Life and Gardens of BEATRIX FARRAND

Join six-time Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and Yale Fellow Karyl Evans for a screening of her documentary The Life and Gardens of BEATRIX FERRAND, chronicling the life story of the most successful female landscape architect in early 20th Century America and one of the founders of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Beatrix Farrand has a special connections to the Ambler Campus. The Ambler Arboretum Formal Gardens were designed by Farrand and James Bush-Brown.

Evans will provide an introduction and take questions following the film.

Ambler Campus: EarthFest 2018

Thousands of visitors will mark Earth Day at Temple University Ambler celebrating the importance of protecting the environment and preserving their future.

More than 85 exhibitors, including Adventure Aquarium, Franklin Institute, FEMA, Academy of Natural Sciences, Elmwood Park Zoo, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Insectarium will take part in EarthFest 2018.

Ambler Campus: Temple University Ambler at the Philadelphia Flower Show

Take the Schuylkill River out of equation that comprises the Philadelphia region of today — it’s a virtual impossibility. William Penn has no riverbank on which to found Philadelphia. The industrial engine that moved millions of tons of coal to support an iron and steel-dependent economy has no way of getting from the mines to the mills. The history of the region and the history of the country would be irrevocably altered without this single essential waterway.

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