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\u201cIt is nice to have a place to get away and learn, you know. When I was growing up we were always outside doing stuff like this, me and my brother. Today children have phones, tablets, but this place is definitely a setting that brings out that old school atmosphere, like the one I used to enjoy. It is good to have places like this that keep that apart, the mentality that you can still have fun by being outside and with simple things.\u201d Intern Steve Estrada interviews the Barber and Caparco families at the Family Art Project: Message for Mother Earth and Mom, May 13, 2018. #familyartproject #wavehill #mothersday
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\u201cIt is nice to have a place to get away and learn, you know. When I was growing up we were always outside doing stuff like this, me and my brother. Today c...
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Our #PlantoftheWeek, native wild geranium (Geranium maculatum), is among the many woodland-dwelling plants blooming now in our Shade Border. NYC Wildflower Week, now winding down, is the perfect moment to give this little gem an admiring look. Learn more at blog.wavehill.orgIntern Fareeda Yahya asks, "Do you travel often as a family?\u201d Mom responds, \u201cWe come to Wave Hill! I haven\u2019t really traveled before they were born. I spent the summer in Ghana, Uganda, and Central America. We also just moved from Israel. We were all living there as a family.\u201d Intern Fareeda Yahya interviews the Pell-Israel family at the Family Art Project: Messages for Mother Earth and Mom, May 13, 2018. #familyartproject #wavehill #mothersdayThank you for your admiration\u2014you voted for us and we won! Wave Hill has been declared New York's Most Loved Cultural Spot by @timeoutnewyork's 2018 Love New York Awards\u2014for the second time in a row! Photo: Joshua Bright
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Con Edison STEM Days Out

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Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimno talks about balancing the practical and the aesthetic

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Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimino talk about balancing the practical and the aesthetic