Media Resources

Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes. In all seasons, the Garden offers a breathtaking escape filled with adventures for all ages in northeast Wisconsin.

The Garden encourages members of the media to contact our marketing and communications team at any time for help with arranging visits and tours, setting up interviews with our staff, developing story ideas and gathering photos for publication. We’re here to help!

Contact Us

Aubrey Brennan

Director of Marketing & Communications 
920.491.3691 ext. 101
abrennan@gbbg.org

Rachel Mueller

Marketing & Communications Coordinator
920.491.3691 ext. 123
rmueller@gbbg.org

Nature Nurtures Campaign

Announced Sept 22: Nature Nurtures Capital Campaign for a Children’s Garden Expansion

2.3.2022 Fundraising Update

Press Release Announcement

Digital Media Kit

Children’s Garden Expansion Web Page


Photo Requests

Photos of the Garden and special events are available for use by publishers, authors and other members of the media on websites and in publications. Send photo requests to marketing@gbbg.org and we’ll respond as soon as possible.

Please remember to credit “Green Bay Botanical Garden” and the photographer which is noted in the download before the dot jpg (e.g. Caterpillar friends.Amenson Studio.jpg) if applicable, when using our images. We are happy to provide additional images and information as needed.

Sounds of Nashville - PC John Oates Photography

Factsheet

Facts about Green Bay Botanical Garden.

Factsheet

Style Guide

A style guide to help you write your story.

Style Guide

2018 Fall Newsletter Cover

Newsletters

Download our latest newsletters.

Newsletters

Wild Blue Yonder™ grandiflora rose

What’s in Bloom

What’s blooming in the Garden,
season by season.

Photos

boys looking at spider

Garden Blog

Learn what’s happening
at the Garden all year long.

Blog

WPS Garden of Lights Nature's Grand Medley John Oates Photography

Calendar of Events

See what classes, events and programs are up next throughout the year.

Calendar

Garden News

Fleurnace red and orange tulips

Spring’s in Bloom at Green Bay Botanical Garden

The largest display of spring blooms returns to put on a colorful and vibrant show of more than 300,000 bulbs from now through May.

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man looking at baskets of green plants and flowers

Green Bay Botanical Garden Brings Back In-Person Annual Spring Fundraiser This May

TasteBud, Green Bay Botanical Garden’s annual spring fundraiser, is back as an in-person event from 5–8 pm on Thursday, May 19.

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mushroom carvings

Protecting Habitats Protects Life: New Habitat Exhibit Arrives at Green Bay Botanical Garden This May

Explore unique habitats found throughout northeast Wisconsin and learn the importance of protecting these natural environments with the exhibition Habitat. This traveling exhibit arrives at Green Bay Botanical Garden for its Wisconsin debut this spring and will feature eight different displays highlighting habitats in nature, from birds and butterflies in the air to bugs and fungi underground.

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embroidered flowers

Stitches & Stems Exhibit at Green Bay Botanical Garden

With cooler weather returning this weekend, guests of the Garden are invited to check out Stitches & Stems, a two-day exhibit starting this Friday, March 25 featuring more than 200 fiber art and embroidery pieces created by and presented in partnership with Women Who Run With Scissors and Green Bay Area Embroiders’ Guild of America.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden Surpasses Nature Nurtures Capital Campaign Goal for Children’s Garden Expansion Project

Green Bay Botanical Garden announced today that the community has not only met, but exceeded, the original $11.5 million fundraising goal for the Nature Nurtures Campaign.

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honey possum snow carving

Snow Sculpture Pop-Up Exhibit Back at Green Bay Botanical Garden

As the winter snow lingers into February, visitors will once again get to admire nature-themed snow sculptures during our Polar Pollinator Pop-Up event at Green Bay Botanical Garden!

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