Classes & WorkshopsFor Adults

The Garden Dresses up in its Finest - A Tree Walk

Led By Rod "The Tree Hunter" Haulenbeek

Explore the vibrant array of 220 woody plant species flourishing within the grounds of your arboretum. Delve into the fascinating intricacies of these plants, gaining insight into their distinct features and ecological importance.

Saturday October 26   10:00 am to 11:30 am

$5 for Public, Free for MAS Members

The Garden Dresses up in its Finest

A Tree Walk

Rod Haulenbeek has been interested in trees since his youth. He pursued a career as a geologist for two major oil companies before he changed careers to pursue his interest in trees. He has published three books about trees, is heavily involved in the Nevada Big Tree Program, and has completed tree inventories for the Nevada Division of Forestry of over 15,000 trees with over 200 species. His certifications include Master Gardener, Tree Worker, Arborist, and Tree Risk Assessment.

Join Us!

Join us for this casual walk through the arboretum, led by Rod Haulenbeek, where you can discover the subtle changes of mother nature’s seasons and learn about some of the 220 species of woody plants (trees, shrubs and vines) located right here in the Wilbur D. May Arboretum. Learn from “The Tree Hunter,” a true tree expert and published author of three books about trees. This class is limited to 25 attendees. Please bring your own water and snacks.

Come Join Us!

Wilbur D. May Arboretum
1595 N. Virginia