AWARD-WINNING INTERACTIVE MAP
If you are a hiker, biker, birder, photographer, skier, researcher or historian – or anyone who uses and enjoys the Arboretum – you'll want to check out our interactive map (I-map). Measure the distance of your run, share your Arboretum experiences and photos, learn about our watershed – and more! The I-map won Best of Category Award for Interactive/Digital Maps in the Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CAGIS) 2011 Annual Map Design Competition. Go to the map.
As a direct result of scouting for and leading this tour, and with the help of two different experts, I solved two mysteries – one botanical and one entomological. … Read more »
This windy, sunny, Sunday afternoon before the 4th of July we were treated to a spectacular display of flower fireworks on the Grady prairies. Over 35 native prairie species were … Read more »
Amynthas agrestis, an invasive earthworm from temperate regions of Asia, was found in limited areas near the Visitor Center in fall 2013. The Arboretum is one of the first sites … Read more »
Things change. Over the past several years, I have boasted about how well prairie plants can handle the dry, hot weather. This summer I’m impressed how they are handling months … Read more »