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.
Wetlands serve important roles as nature’s filters and protective buffers. Loss and degradation of wetlands continue to be of major global concern, and wetland restoration projects often fall short of … Read more »
The UW–Madison Arboretum will host the fifth-annual Arboretum Local Products Fair on Sunday, December 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Arboretum Visitor Center. Celebrate sustainability, recycling, and the … Read more »
As we started Sunday’s tour I noted that the temperature was about 10 F below normal—but then quickly corrected myself. In casual conversation we might find ourselves saying that the … Read more »
Sunday Walk on November 3rd: Woodland Walk The weather was about 50 degrees and sunny; perfect for a walk through the woods. A lot of people thought it was … Read more »