Nature-in-Place Curated Picks
Arbor Dispatch

As April draws to a close with all its national observances — Earth Day, Arbor Day, Stress Awareness Month and more — we look to keep the party going. This week’s Nature-in-Place curated picks honor our trees—’cuz every day is Arbor Day, really!

This is Ranger Greg. And he offers 360 degree tours of the Redwoods.

Here, you can get to know an old-growth Redwood Forest, walk through a legendary chimney tree and so much more in these short, immersive virtual tours. If only they could add scratch ‘n sniff! Yum.

Hang with Greg!  

These pioneers kicked off Arbor Day in 1872 by planting 1 million trees.

Pioneers settling in Nebraska were serious about their trees—for so many good reasons. Learn about the history of Arbor Day and how to honor our trees all year long from the Arbor Day Foundation!

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Ready to experience some awe? Transcend your living room?

Muir Woods is the place. They say that surrounding yourself with things that are vast and large can “transcend our current understanding of the world.” To this, we say a resounding Yes Please!

Bring me the awe!  

Want to learn more from some serious experts who love trees? 

You can! The US Forest Service Urban Forest Connections webinar series “brings experts together to discuss the latest science, practice, and policy on urban forestry and the environment.” So cool that this is open to us all. 

Delve deeper with the experts  

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