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Giant corpse flowers at Temple Ambler.
Photo gallery: Temple Ambler’s giant corpse flowers
Type: News Story
A close look at the two rare “Amorphophallus titanum” plants.
May 19, 2021
Ben Snyder among plants in the Ambler Greenhouse.
What's the big stink: nine things to know about the giant corpse flower
Type: News Story
Temple horticulturist Ben Snyder shares interesting facts about this unique and rare plant species.
May 12, 2021
One large and one small corpse flower prepare to bloom.
Rare flowers prepare to unfurl at Temple Ambler
Type: News Story
Find out how you can see Temple Ambler’s rare corpse flowers blossom.
May 12, 2021
Image of Temple student Savina Echeverria
Tyler student aspires to help build city neighborhood
Type: News Story
Savina Echeverria hopes to one day create more green spaces in neighborhoods around North Philadelphia.
May 11, 2021
a student working on the exhibit
Temple invites Flower Show visitors to 'ungarden' their gardens
Type: News Story
At the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show, Temple University landscape architecture and horticulture students and faculty are encouraging visitors to rethink their notions about the suburban landscape.
February 26, 2020
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Small Business Development Center opening at Temple Ambler
Type: News Story
The Ambler outpost of the Fox School of Business’ center will primarily service businesses owned by military veterans.
March 18, 2019
Michael LoFurno working on Flower Show exhibit
Temple Ambler’s “Hip Haven” wins major awards at 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show
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Constructed by Temple students and faculty, the exhibit incorporates techniques accessible at home and pays homage to 1960s counterculture.
March 5, 2019
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University trustees explore future research partnerships at Temple Ambler
Type: News Story
The Board of Trustees visited the suburban Ambler Campus to explore its unique array of offerings.
May 23, 2018
A Temple student working on the Flower Show exhibit
Ambler students showcase the Schuylkill at Flower Show
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This year’s Temple exhibit, “Within Reach: Unlocking the Legacy of Our Hidden River,” simulates a canal, a coal mine and a freshwater tidal marsh.
March 6, 2018
ProRanger alumni return to support training
Alumni return to support ProRanger students
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Graduates working across the country in national parks returned to the Philadelphia area to help Temple’s rangers-in-training.
July 7, 2017
A man in a garden holding a sign that reads Next Stop: Kimley Horn.
Next Stop: Kimley Horn
Type: News Story
Derek Suomi transitioned from the U.S. Coast Guard to Temple, and now he's ready to begin his landscape architecture career at Kimley-Horn.
May 10, 2017
a man and a woman working with plants in a greenhouse.
Dutch inspiration, Philly landscapes
Type: News Story
Temple’s 2017 exhibit, "Nieuwpolders," is inspired by Dutch land reclamation and informed by practicality.
March 11, 2017
A man in a blue jacket standing on Temple’s Ambler Campus.
Next stop: Landscape architect licensure
Type: News Story
Landscape architecture major Liam Cleary's next stop includes a full-time position at a design firm and the birth of his second child.
April 26, 2016
A student using a saw to build the Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit.
Temple students create exhibit for Philadelphia Flower Show
Type: News Story
Students and faculty drew inspiration for this year's exhibit from the nearby Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site.
February 29, 2016
A group of students working on a design.
Division of Architecture and Environmental Design formed in Tyler School of Art
Type: News Story
Students will benefit from opportunities to work collaboratively across disciplines.
January 14, 2016
Temple Ambler students, faculty create pop-up park
Type: News Story
A brand-new park is about to take shape in the heart of Doylestown, thanks to a collaboration between faculty and students in Temple’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture and community volunteers.
September 17, 2015
Temple professor visits Middle East for revitalization project
Type: News Story
Professor of Community and Regional Planning Jeffrey Featherstone is lending his expertise to revitalization efforts in the West Bank of the Jordan River.
June 11, 2015
Temple receives EPA grant to clean up industrial contamination
Type: News Story
Funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Temple University will help plan health, environmental and economic improvements in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood. The $200,000 grant will target the cleanup and reuse of former industrial sites.
April 24, 2015
Flower show exhibit blossoms in the spotlight
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Temple University Ambler’s 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit takes visitors on a unique journey through dawn and dusk.
February 27, 2015
Temple planning students assess food security in Norristown, Pa.
Type: News Story
Over the summer, a group of Temple students studied transportation, urban agriculture and emergency food services in Norristown, Pa., to better understand the community's access to nutritious, safe, affordable food.
August 26, 2014
Temple Ambler EarthFest 2014 welcomes more than 7,000
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More than 7,000 guests visited Temple University Ambler April 25 for EarthFest 2014 on Temple’s Ambler Campus. Students from across the region viewed exhibits that supported EarthFest’s theme of “sustaining our communities” and this year’s special focus on water.
April 29, 2014
Temple awarded $1.235 million grant for watershed restoration
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The Center for Sustainable Communities at Temple has been awarded a $1.235 million grant from the William Penn Foundation to provide oversight, expertise and support for dozens of restoration projects in five watersheds in the Philadelphia region.
April 3, 2014
Temple Ambler alumni reimagine Philly's abandoned Reading Railroad
Type: News Story
Two School of Environmental Design graduates took a senior studio project and turned it into a successful exhibition featuring student and community ideas for ways to reuse the abandoned site of the Reading Railroad. For their work, they have been nationally recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
October 25, 2013
Research proves grazing sheep are efficient at controlling vegetation
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Temple University’s Center for Sustainable Communities (CSC) has partnered with Upper Dublin Township and Upper Dublin School District in a pilot program that uses Katahdin sheep for plant removal. CSC spent the summer testing the sheep to determine their viability as an alternative for vegetative management and storm water control.
September 27, 2013
Kids camps at Ambler offer antidote to summer slide
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Whether trying their hand at robotics or sharpening their math skills for the upcoming school year, children and teens attending summer camps at Temple Ambler have been using their vacation time to stay engaged in academics. Students ages 8 through 17 are studying engineering, film and TV, writing and many other subjects in the summertime sessions.
July 31, 2013

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