Reports, Plans, Initiatives
The Huntington, at its core, is a collections-based nonprofit institution that supports and promotes the humanities, the arts, and botanical science.
As a collections-based research and educational humanities institution with a public mission and a focus on the interpretation of history, and as stewards of 207 acres of botanical gardens and California landscape, The Huntington has an opportunity and responsibility to acknowledge that the institution is located on the historical homelands of Indigenous communities.
Through a combination of actions including investing in more efficient watering systems, implementing weather-based irrigation controls and other water-saving strategies, The Huntington has reduced water use in the gardens by 13%.
Pardon our dust! The following projects are currently underway at The Huntington:
The Huntington's current annual report and archive.