How are amphetamines affecting our waterways?
ecology fashion
Is it the latest trend?
Macaca fascicularis
Ecological data to be used in fight against Zika.
white-bark pine
Scientists urge Tree-SMART Trade.
tick dragging
The yard-to-yard battle against Lyme.

Featured Research

Lyme Disease Prevention: The Tick Project

The Tick Project is a new five-year study that will test whether neighborhood-based prevention can reduce human exposure to Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases. 


Cary Historical Newsletters: 1975-2010

Browse our collection of newsletters (1975-2010) chronicling the history of the Cary Institute, including our inception as the Cary Arboretum of the New York Botanical Garden and establishment of the Institute of Ecosystem Studies (IES).

Our Science

Infectious Diseases

Illuminating how environmental conditions shape disease risk.

Urban Ecology

Studying how cities can be designed to be resilient and sustainable.

Freshwater Health

Monitoring the quality of our streams, lakes, and rivers.

Invasive Species

Understanding how invasive species impact our forest and freshwater resources.

Climate Change

Preparing for the future, from extreme weather to species shifts.

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Educating decision makers, teachers, students, and the general public.

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