The university Arboretum carefully cultivates each plant to guarantee every New England season is picturesque and our campus is biodiverse. They arrange a diverse ecosystem of plants that peak at various times of year- their season of interest.
Mills Institute at Northeastern University hires goats to graze away flammable vegetation.
Aiming to foster an urban habitat for diverse wildlife, Northeastern University's latest efforts buzz around their new additions: a thriving beehive and unique bee hotels, collectively marking the Boston campus as an officially recognized urban bee haven.
The Mills campus in Oakland will soon undergo a tree inventory process to better understand and document the many species present that will be added to Northeastern’s global arboretum collections.
Storms ravaged the typically picturesque 133-acre Oakland campus, but the facilities crew was up to the task and successfully completed all of the necessary repairs.
Patio areas are going to be installed by the Curry koi pond this summer.
The Henderson Boathouse yard, home to Northeastern rowing, is getting renovated.
For five to seven days in mid-May, the dove tree is in bloom on the Boston campus.
Steve Schneider, Northeastern's Director of Horticulture and Grounds, does his best to keep things balanced on the Boston campus while pushing for more organic and electric landscaping solutions.
A group of Northeastern students are working toward that first-level arboretum certification for Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park, a 5.5-acre slice of greenspace in the Mission Hill neighborhood that Northeastern has had a hand in maintaining for years.
Creating and sharing a tangible piece of Northeastern’s on-campus ecosystem while representing the conjunction of art and science.
On-campus gardening has arrived, and students will be in charge!
One of Stephen Schneider's priorities as the new arborist is improving record-keeping of plant collections to benefit researchers decades from now.
Established trees that have proved to be essential elements of the unique on-campus ecosystem face threats that could potentially jeopardize their existence.
Students joined with Northeastern landscaping staff to plant a pawpaw tree Friday on Centennial Common in celebration of Arbor Day.
Hundreds of strings of lights are hung on Centennial Common for the winter season.
Announcing the launch of the new Northeastern University Arboretum website providing a wide range of information within a user-friendly navigation to help visitors optimize and enjoy their time spent at the Arboretum.
Northeastern is observing Arbor Day by appreciating all the plants on campus, with our second annual Arbor Day Celebration.
Northeastern University's Facilities Services is celebrating Arbor Day! Check out the Virtual Tour and more.
A tour of Northeastern’s arboretum in the wintertime yields a variety of insights about trees.
More than 1,400 individual trees, representing 143 different species, shelter the walkways between buildings and surround the open green spaces on Northeastern’s Boston campus.
Northeastern celebrates Arbor Day by hosting a seedling giveaway and a tour of trees at the first Arbor Day.
Northeastern’s Boston campus is an urban oasis with more than 100 species of trees. Chuck Doughty, who oversees the university’s landscaping, is working to turn the campus into an accredited arboretum.