Thursday, April 28, 2011
Morris Arboretum's interactive April 30th Arbor Day event will take you out on a limb to see how trees work - Philadelphia, PA
04/26/11, Sustainability at Penn - Almanac, Vol. 57, No. 31 Arbor Day Celebration: April 30 Celebrate the importance of trees at Morris Arboretum’s annual Arbor Day celebration on Saturday, April 30, 1-3 p.m. This interactive family event will begin high in the tree canopy (50 feet above the forest floor) on the Out on a Limb exhibit, where visitors will receive a treasure hunt map. From Out on a Limb, they’ll experience trees up-close and learn about the many reasons we need trees. The trees of the Arboretum will provide the basis for a tree adventure treasure hunt including four tree activity stations. Interactive activities will focus on tree care, tree protection, where trees come from, and what trees give us. Visitors who complete the exploration will receive a seedling to take home.
Posted by Mike Galvin at 6:11 AM