The story “Supervisors seek to develop, publicize secret garden” contained several errors. First, the photographs accompanying the story did not depict the Marsh Botanic Garden, but rather a School of Forestry & Environmental Studies greenhouse and storage area adjacent to Greeley Memorial Laboratory. Second, the greenhouses should not have been described as “rickety”; the greenhouses are well-maintained, clean and safe to occupants, although administrators would eventually like to replace two aging wood-frame greenhouses. Moreover, the director of the garden, Timothy Nelson, was inaccurately quoted as saying “we want to preserve [the garden’s] history”; more accurately, Nelson said his primary goal in developing the garden is to optimize its use for current education, research and outreach, and as a green space for members of the Yale community to enjoy. The article also incorrectly stated that planned improvements to the garden have been put on hold as a result of the economic downturn; a greenhouse addition is currently under construction at the garden, and Nelson said other projects outlined in a basic planning study are planned for implementation over the next 10 years, pending further planning and approvals.