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Joys of (virtual) Spring: Cambridge University streams online garden tours
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6 April 2020
On 6 April 2020 Reuters reported:
Spring is normally a busy season for Cambridge University Botanic Garden but as Britain enters its third week of enforced lockdown, visitors are absent -- the lilacs and daffodils flowering for no one. But the gardeners have found a way to ensure their 8,000-plus species do not go unappreciated, by starting free virtual tours that allow people to download the delights of Spring.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Their weekly 'wellness wanders' are short videos which take the viewer around the 174-year-old garden.
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