Often maligned as the little brown moths flying things that flutter around your porch lights at night as you trying to get inside, we will encourage visitors to think of moths as the butterflies of the night! Moths are important pollinators and food for other animals and there are hundreds of species of moths native to Pennsylvania.
Are you hoping to attract birds to your backyard garden? Learn which plants attract the birds you’d like to see! We’ll share all the tools you need to bring the birds right to you, including a tour of the brand new Audubon website, which allows visitors to match plants to the birds they’d like to attract. We’ll also send you home with a seed pod to get started!
Join the Ambler Arboretum and the Women in Horticulture organization for "Professional Show and Tell" on June 30. A series of speakers will present for 10 minutes on their projects and passions, sharing both their successes and struggles!
After the presentations, attendees will mingle with speakers over light fare. This reception will allow speakers and attendees to engage in deeper conversations about the topics presented.
What was happening in the country in 1958? Plenty! United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act into law, creating NASA. The Microchip was invent by Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce.
And closer to home, the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women officially became part of Temple University.
Join us as we celebrate Temple University Ambler’s diamond anniversary! Share your personal experiences of your time at Temple Ambler, learn about campus history and help us cut the 60th anniversary cake!
On June 18, Temple Ambler celebrated its diamond anniversary in the Women’s National Farm and Garden Visitor’s Center! The event included a lot of fascinating history and a few words from alumni who were present when the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women become the Ambler Campus of Temple University.
Temple’s Board of Trustees and President Richard Englert recently headed out of the city for a different view of the University at the Temple Ambler Campus. While completing the business of the day for their final meeting of the school year, the trustees had the opportunity to explore a bit of the history, current projects, unique research and diverse environments and gardens that comprise the campus.
Sit down one-on-one with an admissions counselor at Temple Ambler to discuss the application process, previously earned credits and readiness to begin classes.
Members of the Admissions Committee will be available, in 15 minute appointments, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. to review your completed application and official transcripts to provide you with an admissions decision for the fall 2018 semester.
Applicants may inquire about a tour during their visit to campus. Campus tours will be offered between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Join us under the stars for a night of camping, tours, s’mores and more! The National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Campout is a celebration of camping as a way to connect with nature and wildlife.
The benefits from outdoor play for mind, body and spirit are well-documented and help to create a lasting connection to nature and wildlife that promote happiness and good health.