ETSU Arboretum to hold tree give-away

Public Seminar on the importance of trees for protecting air and water

NEW FEATURE: The Tree of the Week

The East Tennessee State University Arboretum

The East Tennessee State University Arboretum has been established to promote the beauty and diversity of the campus landscape, and to inform the public of the scientific, aesthetic, and economic values of plants in our environment. The Arboretum serves as a focal point for organizing and educating persons interested in improving the regional landscape and deepening their appreciation for the botanical richness of the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

 

One of 23 Ginkgo trees
(Ginkgo biloba) on the
ETSU campus

 

 

 

 

 

Central campus mall
with a large red oak
(Quercus rubra)

 

 

 

 

 

 

An ancient white oak
(Quercus alba)
near Brooks Gym

 

More information about the Arboretum:

 

Frequently Asked Questions
Planting a Memorial Tree
Useful Links

 

 

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ETSU Arboretum
Department of Biological Sciences
Box 70703
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City TN 37614

Tim McDowell
(423) 439-8635
email: mcdowelt@mail.etsu.edu
arboretum@mail.etsu.edu

 
 

Updated February 20, 2005