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New Rhododendron cultivar named in honour of 25th anniversary of the Norwegian Rhododendron Society.
The University Museum of Bergen won the prestigious European Museum Award for the way they receive the public.
The research portal sciencenorway.no has visited the Borgund Kaupang Project and published an article on our efforts
GCC Erica paper sets out challenges and a plan of action for conserving the wealth of species in biodiversity hotspots.
There are 15 'stolper' - way-point poles - to hunt down at the University Gardens at Milde this year, set out in cooperation with Stolpejakten Bergen Sør.
It's time to repaint Blondehuset's exterior.
Easter is just around the corner and it's time to decorate both outside and inside.
In the Visions of the Artic project, professor of anthropology Knut Mikjel Rio at the University Museum of Bergen will research Arctic indigenous peoples’ portrayals of their own history, compared to the nation states’ portrayal of the minority populations.
Are you interested in plants, nature and horticulture? Do you like working outdoors? We need extra help for our plant collections. Application deadline 25th February.
Join us for exciting and informative events at the Arboretum, Botanic Garden and Museum Garden!
Exploring deep-sea biodiversity across the World
Identify tree species in winter from the buds and catkins that they developed last year in preparation for spring
Have you ever considered the importance of botany is in our Christmas traditions? Aromatic spices, traditional nuts and fruits, and of course Christmas decorations. Learn more at our Christmas exhibition in Blondehuset.
The winners of the photo competition were announced at the autumn meeting of the friends of the Arboretum
The Arboretum at Milde turns 50 years old. Half a century of painstakingly constructed collections, with national expertise in trees, shrubs, heather and roses, with beautiful, exciting and unexpected nature experiences, with recreation and time for reflection.
We are looking for a gardener (research technician) at the Museum Garden in central Bergen. Application deadline 31st October 2021
St. Sunniva has had an impact on Norwegian history, literature and art from the Middle Ages until today. A magnificent newly published book explores different aspects of the Sunniva character.

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