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Ryan Thayer Q&A

Ryan Thayer Q&A

Desert Botanical Garden is excited to announce Ryan Thayer has joined as the first executive director for Spaces of Opportunity. Spaces of Opportunity is a 14-acre incubator farm, family garden and on-site farmers market in south Phoenix that provides affordable...
Methuselah A Digital Exhibit

Methuselah A Digital Exhibit

Methuselah refers to the fourth generation of monarch butterflies that complete a transcontinental journey in an annual migratory cycle. This generation has an extended lifespan that allows the species to survive long enough to complete the migration. As part of an...
Girl Scout’s Sonoran Search

Girl Scout’s Sonoran Search

Play, learn and discover the Sonoran Desert this summer at Flashlight Nights. Girl Scouts will receive a “passport” to explore the different Flashlight Night experiences. Complete three of five possible nighttime desert activities and receive a Sonoran Search patch....
Chilled Out Butterflies

Chilled Out Butterflies

Each week while the Butterfly Pavilion is open, Desert Botanical Garden receives more than 1,000 fluttery critters from butterfly farms in California, Oklahoma, Texas and Florida. Rachel Nelsen, the Garden’s exhibit coordinator, manages the butterfly pavilion...
“Antiques Roadshow” Spotlight Garden’s Natural Treasures

“Antiques Roadshow” Spotlight Garden’s Natural Treasures

By: Lynn Trimble More than 3,000 people came to Desert Botanical Garden last April to experience “Antiques Roadshow,” which rolled into Phoenix for the first stop on its 2019 tour. With up to 8 million people watching “Antiques Roadshow” on...

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