ENJOY THE ANNUAL TREE WALK ON CU-BOULDER CAMPUS
Join the always entertaining and enlightening Alan Nelson, CU senior grounds specialist, on the Tree Walk to learn about the campus arboretum. As senior ground specialist, Nelson has been conducting this popular tour for more than 20 years. Some of the trees, including the majestic 100-year-old cottonwood outside Old Main, are native to this region, while others were imported from the east coast, the southern U.S., Europe and Asia, and are rarely seen in Colorado except on CU grounds.
The tour departs from the west steps of Norlin Library on Wednesday, May 2 at 5 p.m. and will be followed by a reception at the CU Heritage Center and a presentation on notable trees by Kathleen Alexander, city of Boulder forester.
This event is free to the public.
Come rain or shine!
This FREE event is co-sponsored by the CU Heritage Center, the city of Boulder and CU Facilities Management.