Summit Garden Tour online registration closes May 29 at 3 pm. Tickets for the day of the tour are $55 and can be purchased in the Wisner House starting at 9 am.

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Restoring the Woods!

It’s been a busy winter and spring in the Woodland at Reeves-Reed Arboretum! The Horticulture Department -along with dedicated RRA volunteer groups- implemented major trail renovations, seeded 1/4 acre with native woodland ground-cover species, and planted over 25 native tree saplings.

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Why You Should Volunteer More!

At Reeves-Reed Arboretum, volunteers are essential to our mission and they are one of the greatest strengths of our organization.  Volunteers provide necessary support in the gardens and make special events and festivals possible.  Our diverse volunteer pool includes students, retirees, avid gardeners, schools, teachers, nature lovers, and corporate groups.  Some volunteer for a few hours, and some volunteer on a regular basis. 

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The Bald Eagle: A Symbol of Hope

Since 1782, the Bald Eagle has been the national bird – a symbol of courage and freedom. It was placed on the Great Seal of the United States to stand for strength, power, and peace. Even before European settlers arrived, the Bald Eagle was regarded as “the chief of birds” by Native Americans. And yet, although it holds such a special place in our nation’s heart, many of us remember a time when we almost lost this amazing animal forever.

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