Tree Tour at the Arboretum
Oct. 14th, 1pm-2pm
Oct. 15th, 11am-12pm
Members of the Delbert Hunter Arboretum are offering free Tree Tours to the public during the native plant sale.
This beautiful 7-acre park offers the unique chance to admire a living museum of native northwest plants and trees. On the south and east borders, the arboretum nestles against the gently flowing Rickreall Creek creating a rich riparian biosphere that complements the many species of plants and trees. The arboretum provides ecological niches for Oregon’s flora and fauna ranging from wetlands to rock gardens.
The tour will begin at the main entrance of the arboretum at 631 SW Park St. Dallas. You’ll be guided through the park by an arboretum volunteer and have the opportunity to learn about the different native trees there. Guides can also answer questions about native trees, plants and invasive plant control. Find out what your own backyard can look like by incorporating trees that support habitat for native wildlife.
Registration is limited and required.
Register for Oct 14 Tour
Register for Oct. 15 Tour
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