The University of Tartu Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden invites you to the Researchers' Night on 29 September. The Natural History Museum and the Botanical Garden will be open longer than usual and special programmes will occur.
Eco printing is a technique for transferring plant images onto fabric. The exhibition "Enchanted by Plants" is open at the University of Tartu Botanical Garden until 26 November.
To explore the exciting world of research, join us at the entertaining and educational Researchers' Night on Friday, 29 September, at the University of Tartu's academic and research buildings.
Technical works are taking place at the University of Tartu Botanical Garden.
On Wednesday, 9 August, Ott Lepland's Emajõgi summer concert will take place on the Supilinn swing ground, preceded by a discussion on the city's biodiversity by zoologist Tuul Sepp and biologist Veljo Runnel.
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At the beginning of August, the menu layout of the UT website was updated.
Estonia's most species-dense garden, The University of Tartu Botanical Garden, celebrated its 220th anniversary in June. The celebrations started with the Nature Festival, which this year took place from 7 to 11 June across Estonia, and continued with a big party on 27 June.
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For the sixth time, the Nature Observation Marathon took place on 10-11 June as part of the ninth Nature Festival programme. Over 24 hours, nature lovers made more than 7,700 nature observations. All observations are public on the eBiodiversity Portal.
The Natural History Museum will open on 22.6 from 10 am to 3 pm and close on 23.-24.6. The Botanical Garden will be open during the holidays at normal hours. Happy Midsummer!
The University of Tartu Botanical Garden celebrates its 220th anniversary in June, when the garden is colourful and blooming. On 27 June, the celebrations continue with tree-planting and a concert by Lonitseera in the Botanical Garden’s alpine garden.
Natural Science Institutes from Europe sent a letter to ministers and MEPs asking them to stand up for nature. The University of Tartu Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden also signed the letter, represented by Director Urmas Kõljalg.
Reet Mägi, Jaanika Anderson and Külli Lupkin will be ICOM Estonia National Committee members for the next three years.
Ave Kruusel's "Traffic Controllers" won the Nature Festival's urban wildlife photography contest "Wild City" this year. Christina Veebel's photo "This sign is mine" was chosen as the best work in the children and youth category.
The sixth nationwide Nature Observation Marathon starts today at noon and runs 24 hours until noon on 11 June. The Nature Festival invites everyone to come and observe nature at observation points all over Estonia.
The Nature Festival is a nationwide celebration of nature. In addition to Tartu, the events of the Nature Festival will also reach Tallinn, Võru, Räpina and Lake Võrtsjärv, as well as the nature observation marathon sites across Estonia.
Kolmapäevast kuni pühapäevani toimub Loodusfestival Tartus, Tallinnas, Võrus, Räpinas, Võrtsjärve ääres ja tipneb loodusvaatluste maratoniga vaatlusaladel üle Eesti.
On Sunday, 11 June, the Nature Festival family day and closing ceremony will occur at the Aparaaditehas. Throughout the day, you can participate in various workshops and playful activities.
In the framework of the Nature Festival, designer and artist Liina Lember will organise nightly workshops and set up installations.
The Nature Festival invites you to the Bird Jam - on Friday, 9 June, at 18:00; birds, musicians and poets will come together at the Lodjakoja in Tartu to focus on urban nature.
June is a month of celebration for the University of Tartu Botanical Garden, with many events dedicated to the 220th anniversary. The tours are free of charge.