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Thank you for hosting Vanishing Acts: Trees Under Threat. By promoting global tree conservation, you are helping to save endangered trees around the world.
Vanishing Acts, installation images from The Morton Arboretum.
Here's everything you need to mount the exhibit.
Easy step-by-step guide to assist in the installation of the exhibit.
These resources below can help your visitors, community press, and school teachers explore the exhibit more fully. They'll learn more about globally endangered trees, the efforts underway to protect them, and simple actions we can all take to promote tree conservation. All pdf pages are formatted and printer-ready.
Guide to Threatened Trees: Read in-depth explorations of all trees featured in the exhibit. Or, choose separate sections below.
Teacher's Guide: Find lesson plans for grades Pre-K through 12. Or, choose a grade group below.
Take Action! Ideas for the tree hero in us all. Find suggested websites and books to read more about endangered trees. Plus, find a sample letter to your senator and a pledge to protect trees.
Children's Activity Booklet: Family or student activities for kids ages 3-10.
Walking Tour Step-by-Step Guide: Guidelines for creating a custom tour of endangered plants at your site.
Hands-on Interpretation Kit: Activity ideas for exploring objects. Available with exhibit.
Podcasts—Vanishing Acts Voices
List of Podcasts:
Vanishing Acts: Trees Under Threat was developed and produced by The Morton Arboretum in association with the Global Trees Campaign, a partnership between Fauna and Flora International and Botanic Gardens Conservation International.
Funding for this exhibit comes from The Morton Arboretum and the U.S. Institute for Museum and Library Services, Museums for America Grant Program.