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Julia Eppes, 2015 garden intern and writer, continues her story as a Winterthur garden intern. Another significant part of the internship experience is living at the Butler’s House. Living on the estate really solidified the experience of working at Winterthur. While working in a place of unparalleled beauty is surely wonderful, living there truly tuned me […]

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Julia Eppes, garden intern extraordinaire, shares her experiences working at Winterthur Upon my graduation from college, like most everyone in that bittersweet limbo, I had no idea what I was to do next. I had a degree in Anthropology with a minor in Landscape Horticulture and worked on an organic farm with equal fervor, and […]

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The Winterthur interns along with garden staff embarked on a two day trip, highlighting some gardens in New York.  Laura Swain, Natural Lands Intern wrote about their experience: After what seemed like an eternity driving in circles around The High Line, we finally found a garage that would accommodate our twelve-passenger van. Welcome to New York!   […]

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Frank Quinnette, on assignment and contributing writer to the Garden Blog reports the following: The Location: Pond near the Ox Farm (Route 100 and Route 92) The Date: 24-July-2015 The Time: 17:00 EDST (5:00 pm) The Team: Highly skilled Winterthur garden interns from around the country The Mission: Catch fish in Ox Farm pond and […]

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