ArbNet.org is the online community for arboreta
 

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ArbNet

ArbNet is an online, interactive community of arboreta that supports the common purposes and interests of tree-focused public gardens. ArbNet facilitates the exchange of information and the sharing of knowledge, experience, and other resources to help arboreta achieve their goals. The ultimate goal of ArbNet and its member arboreta is to encourage the planting and conservation of trees and other plants for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world.

ArbNet is sponsored and coordinated by The Morton Arboretum, in cooperation with the American Public Gardens Association and Botanic Gardens Conservation International. Inquiries to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Morton Register of Arboreta

The Morton Register of Arboreta is a comprehensive list and database of arboreta and other public gardens that have a substantial focus on woody plants. The purpose of the Morton Register is to identify all of the organizations that collect and display trees, shrubs, and other woody plants for the benefit of the public, science, and conservation. The Morton Register is sponsored and coordinated by The Morton Arboretum (www.mortonarb.org).

Accreditation is available for arboreta through the Morton Register of Arboreta. Arboreta are accredited at different levels depending on degrees of development, capacity, and professionalism. Please see Arboretum Accreditation under Resources and view brochure.

What is an Arboretum?

An arboretum is a specialized type of botanical garden that focuses on trees and other woody plants. Arboreta collect, grow, and display trees, shrubs, and other plants for people to study and enjoy, and ideally are open to the public for education and inspiration. A principal goal of arboreta is to encourage and support the planting and conservation of trees for environmental improvement and enhanced quality of life.

 
 

ArbNet

ArbNet is an online, interactive community of arboreta that supports the common purposes and interests of tree-focused public gardens. More. ArbNet is sponsored and coordinated by The Morton Arboretum; inquiries to ArbNet@mortonarb.org.

Morton Register of Arboreta

The Morton Register of Arboreta is a comprehensive list and database of arboreta and other public gardens that have a substantial focus on woody plants. More. Accreditation for arboreta is also available. Sponsored and coordinated by The Morton Arboretum (www.mortonarb.org).

What is an Arboretum?

An arboretum is a specialized type of botanical garden that focuses on trees and other woody plants. More. A principal goal of arboreta is to encourage and support the planting and conservation of trees.
 
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