UofU Campus Tree Identifcation Tour

Did you know that the University of Utah campus is the state arboretum? It's home to more than 12,000 trees! Join Tree Utah's Sam Nelson and U of U arborist Julius Sawatzki for an early-autumn campus walk as they highlight some favorite trees and discuss the planting principle of "Right Tree, Right Place" and why that's complicated for Utah's cities and arboreta amidst climate change.  

Meet at the flagpole in Presidents' Circle. There is paid parking available in Presidents' Circle or street parking on University Street (1400 E).  This will be a 60-75 minute walk, on some uneven ground, but mostly on sidewalks. Bring clothing appropriate for the weather and your curiosity! 

This event is free of charge but donations are always welcome and help TreeUtah plant more trees. https://treeutah.networkforgood.com/

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/4oEeZ5TyVU4KHgdU7

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Event Properties

Event Date 10-06-2021 6:00 pm
Event End Date 10-06-2021 7:00 pm
Cut off date 10-06-2021 10:00 pm
Location State Arboretum of Utah UofU

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