New online series continues 3/10: Our Arboretum Through a Magnifying Glass: "Winter Wildlife"

This online series shines a spotlight on important elements in our garden that are often overlooked but are instrumental in the ecological cycles happening all year long. This month's talk on March 10 will focus on Winter Wildlife and highlight species adaptations that allow mammals, reptiles and insects to survive winters in New England. The February snow cover reveals clues to these adaptations.To register for this session and receive the zoom link, click here.
Save the date for the final session in this series:
April 7: The movement of water in the landscape will look at hydrology, a key factor in the life and health of the arboretum. Natural and manmade systems have altered the flow of water over hundreds of years. This presentation will take a closer look on how water moves from Great Blue Hill through the arboretum's landscape and into the Neponset River watershed. To register for this session, click here.
The first session, "The Wonderful World of Bark," was held Wednesday, February 10th, and focused on the fantastic variety of barks in our collection and the role that bark plays in protecting the tree, photosynthesis and habitat for other species. Upon request, you can view the recorded session via a link.
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