HarlanAFC Celebrate the Beauty of Nature in Oil Paintings
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Center for Historic Plants
The Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants collects, preserves, and distributes historic plant varieties.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum
The University of Michigan's botanical gardens and arboretum are a "living museum". Over four hundred acres are home to plants native to Michigan and collections from other parts of North America. An indoor Conservatory features collections of plants from tropical rainforests, Mediterranean climates and deserts. These facilities offer many educational courses for both adults and children. An exceptional place to bask in the beauties of nature.
A site dedicated to the works of Michigan artists who have been inspired by Nature.
National Park Service
The National Park Service has been charged with the trust of preserving the natural resources of the United States.
Nature in Art
Through its collections and exhibitions Nature in Art, the Nature in Art Trust cultivates an appreciation and understanding of the diversity of art inspired by nature. A lovely site!
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy is a leading international, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the diversity on life on Earth.
The Road Not Taken Robert Frost's Lesser Known Poems
A lovely site sharing the pleasures of Robert Frost's lesser known poems. The Road Not Taken was my father's favorite poem and it was my father who shared with me his deep love and respect for nature. Frost's poems are paintings for the mind and share a passion for nature.