About the Exhibit


The content in this exhibit was created by students in the class PWR 91JSA: Communicating Science in Public Spaces for an in-person exhibition in the garden on June 3, 2023. The content has been reimagined for this online space, but each page also contains the original posters and other materials created by students. Click through to the "About the Class" page to learn more about PWR 91JSA and the students who took the class in Spring 2023.

The goal of this online exhibit is both to archive the materials produced by the students and provide a resource to the community about the Arizona Garden. Due to the historic nature of the garden and its location near the Stanford Mausoleum, it is not possible to install permanent signage in the garden about its history and plants. However, this online exhibit allows us to tell the rich and interesting story of the garden without worrying about the constraints of the physical space.

Visitors to the garden are directed to this online exhibit by small signs which were installed in the garden in fall 2023. If that is how you found this site, welcome! We are glad that you are here, and we hope that you find the exhibit interesting and informative.

If you've found this exhibit through another means, and would like to visit the Arizona Garden in person, you can find details on the "Visit the Garden" page.

If you have feedback about the exhibit or the PWR 91JSA course, you can click "Feedback" in the menu at the top of the page or reach out to Jennifer Stonaker directly. If you would like to volunteer in the garden or have plants that you would like to donate, please reach out to Christy Smith directly. Our contact information is included on this page.