Herbaria Seminar Series

The HUH seminar series covers a wide range of topics in plant biology, including research ongoing at Harvard and more broadly across New England. All seminars are held in the HUH Seminar Room at 12:00pm on Tuesdays, unless otherwise noted. Our seminars are free and open to all. For more information, contact
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Friends of the Farlow

Founded in 1980 The Friends of the Farlow is an international group of amateurs and professionals interested in cryptogamic botany and in seeing the Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany at Harvard University flourish. They occasionally hold events, including an annual meeting in November.
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OEB Seminar Series: The OEB Department holds a monthly seminar on Thursday afternoons at 3:30pm during the academic year in the Biological Labs Main Lecture Hall.

Arnold Arboretum Research Talks: The Arnold Arboretum holds a weekly seminar series most Mondays at 12:10pm at the Weld Hill Lecture Hall.

Harvard Forest Seminar Series: The Harvard Forest hosts seminars on Fridays at 11:00 a.m. in the Harvard Forest Seminar Room. These seminars are also available online via live web-streaming.

HMSC Calendar of Events: The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture offer public lectures, events, and family programs.

Boston Mycological Club: The oldest amateur mycology club in the United States, the BMC organized in 1895 to study mushrooms and other fungi, to collect and spread information concerning them, and to encourage interest with exhibitions, lectures, and publications.

New England Botanical Club: Founded in 1895, NEBC is a non-profit organization that promotes the study of plants of North America, especially the flora of New England and adjacent areas. Monthly events are generally held at Harvard University.