Plant breeder (and 2016 Mehlquist Award recipient) Professor Mark Brand is working with Assistant Professor Dennis D’Amico to develop a nutritious brand of UConn-made yogurt. Most of us are familiar with the delicious ice cream made from UConn cows’ milk. We may soon find ourselves waiting in line for a serving of UConn yogurt flavored […]
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We’d like to extend a warm welcome to the newest CT Hort members who just joined for the 2018-2019 season! Do you know any of them?
Joan Ellen Allen May 24, 1958 – August 15, 2018 Born in Battle Creek, Mich. Resided in Granby, Conn. It is with deep sadness that we report the sudden and untimely passing of Joan Allen, wife, mother, friend, gardener and educator. Joan was an instructor at UConn Home & Garden Education Center where she taught […]
Throughout his life, Robert Herman has enjoyed almost parallel careers in both education and horticulture. He spent more than 30 years as a professional horticulturist, almost seven of which were spent in Europe as “Meister” for the Countess von Zeppelin Nursery in Germany. At the Missouri Botanical Garden he served in the horticulture and education […]
Master Gardener and CT Hort Member Rose Riley is the current official caretaker of the Webb House Colonial Revival garden in Old Wethersfield. An article about her long-term association with the garden appeared in the Wethersfield edition of Courant Community on July 3rd.
Membership Ambassadors from CT Hort spent Wednesday, August 8 at Lockwood Farm in Hamden. This was our second year in attendance. We handed out our brochures and sample newsletters. We talked about the interesting trips the Society takes along with the lectures and workshops that we organize—all in an effort to build public recognition about […]