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  • REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR SPRING OPENLANDS TREEKEEPER(TM) TRAINING PROGRAM AT THE MORTON ARBORETUM

    LISLE, Ill. - In a forest, a tree can live for more than 100 years. But urban and suburban trees dealing with limited space and environmental stresses may survive for only 15 years unless they receive special attention. In the Chicagoland area, that attention comes from the Openlands TreeKeepers(r), a corps of volunteers who care for public trees, keeping them healthy and administering proper care.

  • Spring plant sales

    Get the garden of your dreams with trees, The Morton Arboretum has two exciting plant sales each spring that will help you get the garden of your dreams, the Members' Exclusive Plant Catalog Sale and the Arbor Day Plant Sale. Every plant you purchase at these events supports the Arboretum’s mission to plant and protect trees for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world. The 2014 Members' Exclusive Plant Sale is now closed. Plan to attend the Arbor Day Plant Sale at the Arboretum April 25 - 27, 2014.
  • MORTON ARBORETUM COMMUNITY OUTREACH VISITS HELP PROTECT NORTHERN ILLINOIS TREES

    LISLE, Ill. (February 3, 2014) – To help communities effectively plan, manage and care for trees, the Morton Arboretum’s Community Trees Program is holding a series of outreach visits in cities across northern Illinois. Over the next few months, representatives from the Community Trees Program will offer workshops and resources to more than 50 cities to help provide guidance to ensure proper planning and maintenance for area trees.
  • THE MORTON ARBORETUM TO HOST TREE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROUNDTABLE FEBRUARY 4

    LISLE, Ill. (January 31, 2014) – The Morton Arboretum’s Community Trees program will be hosting the first-ever Tree Boards and Commissions Roundtable on February 4, 2014. Members of municipal tree boards from cities across Illinois will have the opportunity to come together to learn and share tips on forming, running and making the most of their community tree board.

    A roundtable discussion will allow individuals to ask questions and interact with other like-minded tree group members. Community Trees Program Coordinator, Beth Corrigan, will lead the meeting. 

     

  • SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP RETURNS; REGISTRATION OPENS ON FEB. 3

    LISLE, Ill. (January 31, 2014) – Registration opens on February 3 for The Morton Arboretum’s highly-regarded Summer Science Camp. This summer’s lineup features more than 100 camps for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade, with 13 new camps added to keep the experience fresh for repeat campers.
  • Getting answers at the Plant Clinic

    At any season of the year, the Plant Clinic of The Morton Arboretum is ready to help homeowners and professionals have lovely and useful gardens and healthy trees and plants.