Pō é tree: Language and Landscape

As an internationally renowned poetry library, the University of Arizona Poetry Center sponsors numerous University and community programs, with a special opportunity within the College of Humanities, to provide free and full accessibility to the public. In light of our shared commitment as non-profit organizations to extend our resources to the public, the Campus Arboretum has partnered with the Poetry Center to offer free poetry readings on campus. The tree where we will gather has been designated as a "Po-eh-TREE"Our goal is to harness the power of poetic language to expand appreciation for urban trees and to provide experiences for campus residents and visitors that transform their attitudes and ability to advocate for urban tree stewardship and conservation. Gather under a special university tree, and enjoy poetry and discussion with a poetry center docent. 



The theme for poems shared this Saturday will be: "Language and Landscape": Poetry of W.S. Merwin, former US Poet Laureate.

Docents will guide participants and discussion. No previous experience with poetry is necessary to enjoy this event. Participants should meet under the trees in front of Herring Hall. (parking directionscampus map


Call: (520) 621-7074 or E-mail: infoarboretum@ag.arizona.edu
Indicate a name and contact #, the tour(s) and dates you would like to participate and your group size. We'll reply to confirm your reservation. With a minimum of two-weeks notice, we can accommodate a group tour. Contact us to make a request. 

Consider arriving early and to attend a campus tree tour, scheduled the same day and offered free to the public by UA Campus Arboretum docents. Parking on campus is also free on weekends. 





Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 15:30 to 17:00