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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 new interactive map (I-map). Measure the distance of your run, share your Arboretum experiences and photos, learn about our watershed -- and more! Go to the map.
It was overcast, warm, and windy on today’s Curtis prairie tour—beautiful. Perhaps you have already noticed the construction at the visitor center? The deck, which was in disrepair, has been … Read more »
“Like a walk in the park.” That’s how some have described oak savannas. At the entrances to the Grady Tract are maps and posters describing the major restoration work being … Read more »
Join us on Saturday June 8 1:30 p.m. to meet the Author. Professor William Tishler, author of “Jens Jensen: Writings Inspired by Nature” will give a 30-minute presentation with time … Read more »
A little sprinkling of rain didn’t spoil our tour on Sunday to the western reaches of the Curtis Prairie, the Leopold Pines, and a bit of Noe Woods. I … Read more »