The Stavros Niarchos Foundation has supported through its grant-making the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’ s children’ s education programs and expanded children’s Discovery Garden. The Garden’s programs serve youth aged 3 to 18 with on-site, in-school, and community-based initiatives.
Founded in 1910, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a 52-acre urban oasis featuring plants from around the world. The Garden is committed to education, community outreach, and scientific research, with a focus on conserving plants and protecting the environment. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden has many specialty gardens, including the Children´s Garden, the Japanese-Hill-and-Pond-Garden, the Native Flora Garden, the Rose Garden, the Fragrance Garden, and the Conservatory.
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