3 July: Born to read in Carsiana

3 July: Born to read in Carsiana

Sunday 3 July from 10.30 to 12.00 at the Botanical Garden / Botanični vrt Carsiana (Sgonico / Zgonik 55) Born to Read returns to offer all-natural readings aimed at families with children aged 2 and over. According to the formula already adopted last year, the readings will be followed by a child-friendly walk to discover Carsiana in the company of a naturalist guide of the garden.

2 July: Ethnobotany of Venezia Giulia

2 July: Ethnobotany of Venezia Giulia

Over time, urbanization leads to the loss of many traditional uses of the local flora. But through bibliographic analysis it is possible to recover fragments of botanical stories related to cultural use and in popular medicine.

18 June: The backpack of the little naturalist

18 June: The backpack of the little naturalist

School ends, summer arrives, it's time to venture out and discover nature! But first, let's get the backpack ready, perfect for a little explorer naturalist

12 June: From flower to flower, towards salvation?

12 June: From flower to flower, towards salvation?

Lots of insects feed on nectar and pollen, not just bees. The pollination service they carry out tirelessly and for free has a high value, just think of all the fruit and vegetables that we can eat thanks to them. Despite this, we kill them, either deliberately or as collateral victims of other agricultural treatments.

5 June: Born to read in Carsiana

5 June: Born to read in Carsiana

Sunday 5 June from 10.30 to 12.00 at the Botanical Garden / Botanični vrt Carsiana (Sgonico / Zgonik 55) Born to Read returns to offer all-natural readings aimed at families with children aged 2 and over. According to the formula already adopted last year, the readings will be followed by a child-friendly walk to discover Carsiana in the company of a naturalist guide of the garden.

1 June: Geo-discovering Carsiana

1 June: Geo-discovering Carsiana

The Carsiana Botanical Garden in collaboration with the emerging Karst-Kras Geopark, takes you on a journey into the geological past of the sinkhole to discover the geodiversity of the botanical garden and its link with biodiversity, with an interesting study on the latest research on limestone rocks , on geological paleoenvironments and microfossils.