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UCR Botanic Gardens reopens with new safety precautions

The UCR Botanic Gardens reopened to the public Monday (9 am - 12 pm) after more than three months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 40-acre living plant museum, which has more than 3,500 plant species, is the first major area of the campus to reopen. The Botanic Gardens is following state guidelines...
By Imran Ghori | Inside UCR |

UCR Botanic Gardens reopen June 29

The UCR Botanic Gardens will reopen on June 29, 2020 with restrictions to insure safety of all staff, volunteers, and visitors. At this time no large groups or events are permitted. Please check the gardens.ucr.edu website and Botanic Gardens social media for more details. The UCR Botanic Gardens will be open daily from 8:00 am...
By CNAS Communications |

Here’s how UCR Botanic Gardens is renovating 25 acres showcasing 3,500 plants

THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE -- A public garden in Riverside offers an oasis of nature to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in the foothills of Box Springs Mountain, the 40-acre UCR Botanic Gardens features about 25 acres of gardens nestled against natural habitat. Over 4 miles of scenic trails wander through the gardens...

Changes afoot at UCR’s garden oasis

UCR Botanic Gardens sees improvements For decades, the UCR Botanic Gardens have served as a quiet getaway tucked in a corner of campus where one can explore and enjoy nature. The 40-acre living plant museum still stands as an oasis from the bustle of campus, but some changes have been implemented in the past three...
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