The Queens Botanical Garden offers a range of educational programs for visitors of all ages, including guided tours, workshops, classes and more. Professional Learning Program for Teachers are available for both individual teachers as well as for groups, and the NYC Compost Project offers certificate courses, workshops, and other programs that educate people about the importance of composting. The QBG Farm and Compost Site is an exciting venture that teaches visitors about urban farming, healthy soils, and looking after the environment.
The Queens Botanical Garden presents an array of events and programs for the whole family throughout the year, ranging from an Arbor Festival and Rose Gala to Music in the Garden and Art in the Garden. Other events include Christmas in the Garden and Tree Lighting, Gardening Programs for Kids, Craft Groups, Forest Explorers, Members Picnics, Winter Family Programs, Tulip Time and Storytime and Crafts.
QBG’s Gardening Programs for Kids offers seasonal, hands-on learning and gardening experiences year-round for children of all ages. Young gardeners learn how to prepare soil, select seeds and plants, and care for and later harvest their vegetables, flowers, and herbs, as well as explore the horticultural concepts of ecological balance, conservation, and sustainability.
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