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JOB TYPE: Year-round, 40 hours/week, non-exempt 

DATE POSTED: March 15, 2023 

SUPERVISOR: Director of Education 


Community Access to the Arts (CATA) ​and Berkshire Botanical Garden present “The View from Here​,” an exhibit of nature-inspired paintings and drawings by artists with disabilities​.

Berkshire Botanical Garden presents “Nest/Emerge,” an art exhibition, from Friday, March 31, through Sunday, April 30. Featuring works by Elizabeth Cohen, “Nest/Emerge” will exhibit in the Garden’s Center House Leonhardt Galleries. 

JOB TITLE: Farm Camp Educator

JOB TYPE: Seasonal/Summer


JOB TITLE: Farm Camp Educator

JOB TYPE: Seasonal/Summer


JOB TYPE: Full Time 32 hours/week, non-exempt 


SUPERVISOR: Director of Education 

32-40 hours/week, from April through October

16 hours/week from November through March


Full time, year-round, salaried position


By Thomas Christopher

Simplicity and an easy road to success is what Dolly Foster offered me in a recent conversation about winter sowing. 

This was once a foundation of the forest ecosystem in the eastern United States, growing to towering heights with trunks 10 feet or more in diameter.

Board of Trustees Chairman Matthew Larkin did the honors of hammering in the final oak peg for the framed-out structure that, by summer, will serve as the new heart of BBG’s popular Farm in the Garden Camp. 

Karlene Jean Kantner — “Volumes” — Jan. 20 through Feb. 26

Kantner’s show, “Volumes,” featuring nearly two dozen of her works, runs in the Leonhardt Galleries from Jan. 20 through Feb. 26.

What's all this work going on here at BBG this winter? The construction of an innovative and artful building will serve as the new heart of our popular Farm in the Garden Camp.

We're not talking about that sweet beverage you find at roadside stands in the fall, but rather that fermented beverage, what we would today call “hard cider.” 

A bumper crop of talented and generous tree workers went out a limb on Dec. 6. Thank you to all of the arborists and tree specialists who volunteered for Berkshire Botanical Garden’s annual Arborist Day.

The color and life birds bring to my landscape are among the greatest joys of my gardening. Admittedly, I don’t know much about what I am seeing. That’s in the process of changing.

Our notions of beauty and responsibility are ... evolving, to say the least. Welcome to the great transition!

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