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The Arboretum's annual forum examining science and society begins in January, featuring talks addressing plant evolution, the oldest living organisms, China and its threatened biodiversity, and the current state of environmental law. More »
ISA-certified arborist Jen Kettell offers a workshop on January 31 on the reasons and techniques for pruning ornamental trees, shrubs, and vines in their dormancy. More »
How We Are Changing Life, Gene by Gene
On February 4, Toxicologist Emily Monosson explores how human activity drives contemporary evolution—from our struggles with pests and diseases, to the collateral damage we inflict through polluted environments. More »
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Help sustain our Olmsted-designed landscape and spectacular collections of plants gathered from around the world. Make a year-end gift to our Annual Fund. More »
Research Awards and Fellowships
The Arnold Arboretum is accepting applications through February 1 for seven programs that support scientific discovery. More »
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On February 4, Emily Monosson discusses how human activity affects plant and animal genetics.
Josh Falk’s photos re-imagine the world of nature in an exhibition on view in the Hunnewell Building.
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