Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd

Riley-Chetwynd: DBG extendS beyond plants to art and entertainment

Denver Botanic Gardens is Colorado Proud!

The Colorado Statesman

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Cliché, perhaps… but true. Colorado has seen a lot of change since its establishment as a state, but certain elements remain constant: a pioneering spirit, a connection to the land and a tendency to be at the center of things (and not just geographically, lest we be subjected to any fly-over-state jabs).

RILEY-CHETWYND: WATER MANAGEMENT BEGINS AT LOCAL LEVEL

Denver Botanic Gardens’ commitment to sustainability, water conservation is solid

GUEST COLUMNIST

With outdoor water use accounting for more than half of Denver’s water consumption, water-efficient gardening can help conserve this precious resource. Denver Botanic Gardens identified sustainability as a core value with this in mind — educating our community on how to design and maintain a beautiful garden with plants that are appropriate for a semi-arid climate. From the way we irrigate to the plants we feature in our gardens, we try to set an example of good water management.