Author Archives: Chunying Ling

Day 2 of NAX at Garden in the Woods

Photographer:  Josh Darfler On NAX day 2, all LGP second year fellows, chaperone Ed Broadbent and program Director Dr. Lyons went to Garden in the Woods, the operation site of New England Wildflower Society (NEWS), which is located in Framingham, MA. … Continue reading

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We started our day in luxury bus fitted for 60 people and headed to Curitiba Botanical Garden with our guide Fabio. He told us a lot of interesting stories about the history of Curitiba. The name of this city is from … Continue reading

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Rio Botanical Garden

Photography by: Longwood Graduate Fellows Welcomed by the ‘tropical water’, we landed in state capitol Rio de Jeneiro, the third stop of our entire journey. After breakfast at the hotel, the first year fellows headed to the Rio de Janeiro … Continue reading

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The Amazon (Continued)

Photography: Longwood Graduate Students With the bell ringing, we got up at 5:30 am and started an morning exploration of Rio Negro rainforest. The  mysterious journey of the plants and animal kingdom started along the bank of creek.  Although it … Continue reading

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Electronic Recycling Day

Author/Photography: Chunying Ling With the high speed development of technology, electronics have been generated rapidly, and often just as quickly disposed rather than recycled. In an effort to reduce the College of Agriculture and Natural Resource’s (CANR) environmental impact, Longwood Graduate Program (LGP) … Continue reading

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Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

July 20, 2012 – Winterthur, DE (written by Chunying Ling, photographs by Josh Darfler) Breathing with the fresh air after early morning rain, the Longwood Graduate Program first-year Fellows, with their Director, headed to another garden of the duPont family—Winterthur. … Continue reading

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