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.