You don’t have to put your passion for nature in an off-season holding pattern as you patiently endure the coming cold months. Consider drawing and painting nature as a way to keep your focus on trees.
Wind up this year’s garden and get a start on next year’s.
Arboretum Facebook fans write about friendships and love celebrated under the 1,700-acre canopy of trees.
The Woodland Stewardship Program schools volunteers to interact with nature in a way that is both meaningful and sustainable.
Now, at the end of the growing season, is the best opportunity to assess your garden and plan ahead as you do your last garden chores.
Enjoy the melody of nature at the Sunday afternoon chamber concert series. It’s just one of the ways the arts are part of the Arboretum experience.
Tree House Tales features great stories, and yes, lots of history.
Aren’t tree houses supposed to be in trees?
Every tree has a story. Learn about the history of the tree behind each of our tree houses.
The story of the trees is calling you to the Arboretum this fall. At our Tree House Tales exhibition, you and your family can explore the Bur Oak Clubhouse, the Empress Tree Castle, and more. Each tree house is built near the tree it represents and provides clues about its identity and story.