Northland Arboretum is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to getting the community involved in and aware of nature. We have a wide, beautiful area for you and your family to explore. Have a peaceful walk on our nature trails, or take your mountain bike for a ride. Winter time? We've got that covered too! You can cross country ski on our spectacular groomed snow covered trails. Snowshoe or winter hike on non-groomed trails.
UPDATE ON ACCESSIBLE WELLNESS FITNESS TRAIL
The Savanna Loop of the fitness trail is completed and we have 4 pieces of interactive equipment installed. Come try it out and download the app.
WCCO TV came to the Arboretum on Monday to do a story on our fitness trail and the history of the Arb. Mike Binkley did the story. It will air on Sunday Oct 11th at 10 p.m. on "Finding Minnesota". He said he was very impressed with our Arboretum and will help to get the word out about us.
We will be having a ribbon cutting and a grand opening for the trail on October 22nd at the membership meeting at 5:00 p.m.
The Arboretum has made great strides in completing our new Accessible Wellness Fitness Trail. When completed the trail will be ADA-compliant and include 12 fitness stations for stretching, cardio, balance and strength training.
We need YOUR HELP in finishing this trail!
For more information on the fitness trail and how you can help
There has never been a better time to be a member of the Northland Arboretum.
We have joined the American Horticulture Society, Reciprocal Admissions Program (RAP). As a member it allows you to enjoy a network of 300 horticultural organizations and Arboretums worldwide. For more information visit our membership page by CLICKING HERE.
Lakes Area Sketching Group
Meet every other Thursday at Northland Arboretum starting July 23, 2015
9 am to 11:30 am
Come and sketch with local artists – held outside to enjoy the beauty of the Arboretum.
Will be held inside if weather does not cooperate.
For more information:
Contact Maggie at 218-839-4215 or email at email@example.com
10 Plants that Changed Minnesota
Which plants changed Minnesota and transformed how we live today?
In 2012, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum asked the public to nominate plants for a state's Top 10 list based on their significant impact—positive or negative—on what we eat, the landscape, the economy, our culture, history and more. The initiative aims to build awareness of the crucial role plants play in nourishing and sustaining life on Earth.
CLICK HERE FOR TOP 10 PLANTS
The Visitor Center and Compost area will also be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm until the end of September.
Visitor Center and Composte Area are open weekdays, Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 4:30 PM.
View Our October ArbLINK Newsletter
Applications are available on-line if you are interested in becoming a Northland Arboretum Volunteer! Click here
Last updated: 10/07/2015