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The University of Arizona Campus Arboretum is committed to generating and communicating knowledge that will promote improved landscape practices and enhance human connection and appreciation for trees.To this end, we publish a newsletter twice a year with current happenings, events, helpful tips for tree care and sustainable landscape management as well as poetry, literary quotes and art to inspire your senses. Please browse the archives to see what we've been up to. We hope you'll feel informed and inspired as a result. Members receive this newsletter by mail or e-mail 6 months prior to online web publishing. To learn more about membership please check out the membership page or contact us if you would like to suscribe to receive the newletter in your home.
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View Archived Editions:
2016 Inside the 'Turtles of the Plant World' - UA News
2015 It Feels Like Spring In the West USGS
2014 Saving Food From the Dumpster - UA News
2014 Views On Native Vs Exotic Plants - Arizona Sonora News Service
2014 Celebrating Arbor Day with Mayor Rothschild - UA News
2014 Celebrating Arbor Day with Mayor Rothschild - Tucson News Now
2014 Citrus Harvest On The UA Campus - Edible Baja Arizona
2014 UA Earns 2013 Tree Campus USA Designation - UA News
2013 Walks With Campus Leaders - UA News
2013 Arizona Public Media Clip on Campus Harvesting (starts at 16:30min)
2013 Thoughtful Opinion on Campus Harvesting by Joseph Patterson
2012 Rooted in the Past, Growing Toward the Future - The Campus Arboretum turns 10!