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Celebrating Earth Month at the Cincinnati Art Museum

by Cincinnati Art Museum in partnership with Queen City Pollinator Project


Bees, Queen City Pollinator Project, Osmia Bee Co., sustainability

It’s spring, the weather is warming, flowers are blooming, and this April, we are buzzing with excitement because, just last week, we welcomed native mason bees to our grounds with the help of our partner, Queen City Pollinator Project!

What’s Bees Got to Do with It? AmeriCorps Week at the Museum

by Erin Robichaud, AmeriCorps Member


AmeriCorps, ServeOhio, Ohio History Service Corps, Queen City Pollinator Project

Happy AmeriCorps Week! This week ServeOhio (Ohio’s commission on service and volunteerism) celebrates and recognizes AmeriCorps members who serve Ohio communities.

Learn and Grow with CAM’s New Community Wellness Garden

by Rachel Moon, Coordinator of Learning & Interpretation


Community Wellness Garden, horticulture, self-care, museum grounds, bees, Queen City Pollinator Project

Located near the Longworth Administrative Wing and across from the sculpture Isabella by Jaume Plensa, the garden boasts beautiful views of the Cincinnati skyline and was planted with community wellness in mind.