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.
The floral treats on the Greene Prairie right now are too numerous to mention. But I will try to hit the highlights. We caught the briefest sprinkle of rain on … Read more »
The 2014 Native Gardening Conference, “Native by Design: Gardening for a Sustainable Future,” will be September 21, with expert-led demonstrations, workshops, tours, practical tips, information, and inspiration. Register by September 15. Read more »
Stephen Laubach, who works at the Arboretum in the Earth Partnership program and does regional watershed conservation consulting, has recently published a book about the Leopold Memorial Reserve. Read more »
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. But … Read more »