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Our online presentations provide an opportunity for people of various backgrounds to […]
Registration is now live online for the 3rd Annual Tree Hugger Trail […]
Join us for thoughtful discussions as we reflect on informative books that […]
Visit Bean & Bear Cafe next Wednesday, Jan. 10 from 1 – […]

Help us continue to offer high-quality cultural & educational programming while maintaining beautiful gardens and planting trees… 

Loucks Donor Legacy Tree

Leaf your legacy at Goodell Gardens by joining the late Barbara J. Loucks in contributing to our general fund. 

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Goodell Gardens grows because of our donors! Help keep our gates open by making a donation today! 

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Members support Goodell Gardens through an annual gift and reap a wide variety of benefits! 

Learn about plants, land stewardship, and their importance to humanity and the ecosystem… 

Led by Education Coordinator Andrew, these tours & hikes visitors connect with plants & nature! 

Offered weekly throughout the season, public programs are led by Education Coordinator Andrew

Learn about specialized topics from local experts during our Guest Speaker Series! 


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We had a great time at the McKean Elementary School Science Fair last Friday! Students learned about watersheds and the ways that plants and gardens can help to intercept stormwater runoff and filter out pollutants. Many thanks to the staff and students at General McLane School District!Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

We had a great time at the McKean Elementary School Science Fair last Friday! Students learned about watersheds and the ways that plants and gardens can help to intercept stormwater runoff and filter out pollutants. Many thanks to the staff and students at General McLane School District! ... See MoreSee Less

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Schedule is shaping up nicely for this year!

First event is Edinboro Eclipse Fest at Goodell Gardens April 8.
I've put together a special collection for this event.
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