The Pine Hollow Arboretum Experiential
May 6 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Long pants, long sleeved shirt, boots, gardening/work gloves, bug spray (optional)
PHA Executive Director, Lauren Axford will give participants an overview of the history of the Pine Hollow Arboretum and tour of the grounds. Following the tour, Sandy Brousseau, PHA Curator and Horticulturist, will provide hands on training and the opportunity to help with the maintenance of our trails, grounds and extensive horticultural collection.
About The Pine Hollow Arboretum:
The Pine Hollow Arboretum’s mission is to preserve, manage and enhance native and introduced species of trees, shrubs and other plants in a natural environment. Pine Hollow’s horticultural collection, or “living library”, consists of over 3,600 unique trees, shrubs and other woody plants from around the world, some of which are rare and/or endangered. This living collection is aesthetically arranged in a natural setting that includes 11 ponds and an Eastern White Pine forest. A network of walking trails and bridges throughout the preserve allow visitors of all ages to enjoy the grounds and connect with nature.
The Arboretum grounds are free and open to the public 365 days a year!
The Pine Hollow Arboretum is a member supported, tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax deductible to the maximum extent allowable by law. Contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated!