Where nature meets history

Reeves-Reed Arboretum engages, educates and enriches its visitors so that they become better stewards of nature and the environment. This mission is achieved through the care and utilization of an historic estate and gardens. Photo courtesy of Stephen Harris, sph-photo.com.

Letter from the Director

With Gratitude

Dear Friends,

As we move into the promises of the year before us, I want to take a moment to thank you all for the extraordinary outpouring of generosity during our recent Annual Appeal. Thanks to you, we surpassed our expectations for this campaign.

They say we experience over 30 benefits by expressing gratitude, and that a simple "thank you" can change your life. These benefits affect our emotional, social, personal, and physical lives, can make differences in our careers, and simply make us happier.

All human beings play a role in biodiversity, and that role comes with a core set of ethics. Remembering that we share this planet and that we have a responsibility to each other and to the environment, is in part, a daily expression and exercise of gratitude. This world is fragile, precarious, and miraculous. And we see Reeves-Reed Arboretum as much more than a place – it's a community. And for that wonderful sense of community, we here are truly grateful.


Past Letters from the Director

Board of Trustees

  • Tom Ucko - President
  • Suzanne David - Vice President
  • Pam Gumport - Treasurer
  • Patty Olsen - Secretary
  • Frank Juliano - Executive Director
  • Jay Brinkerhoff
  • Holly Brown
  • Kathleen Butler Smith
  • Mary Coughlin
  • Ellen Dickson
  • Mary Kent
  • Pascal Lalonde
  • Lori Leiter
  • Nick McKee
  • Sandra McTernan
  • Eric Mendelsohn
  • Sarah Munroe
  • Hadley Peterson
  • Monica Richter
  • Peter Simone
  • Ruth Zamoyta

Trustee Emeriti

  • Mrs. J. Kent Blair
  • Mr. Robert F. Ehinger
  • Ms. Ann Thoke Espy
  • Mr. Andrew Gottesman
  • Ms. Victoria Perla Guagliardo
  • Mr. Scott Hayward
  • Mrs. John H. Huneke
  • Mr. Robert Keller
  • Mrs. Robert A. Malin
  • Mr. Cameron McClearn
  • Mrs. Harry Olsen
  • Mrs. A.T. Quantz
  • Mr. Charles Reed, Jr.
  • Mrs. Joseph Reed
  • Mr. George K. Ross


Financial Reports

Sources of Income

    2014 Total Income $871,773
  • Public Support %42
  • Program Services %19
  • Interest & Dividends %2
  • Special Events %21
  • Donations & Services %16
  • Miscellaneous %0

2014 Financial Report

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    2015 Total Income $957,886
  • Public Support %43
  • Program Services %19
  • Interest & Dividends %2
  • Special Events %23
  • Donations & Services %14
  • Miscellaneous %0

2015 Financial Report

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Reeves-Reed Arboretum is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please scroll below for opportunities available at the Arboretum and thank you for your interest in working here!

Full-Time Positions

Part-Time Positions

Do you enjoy interacting with visitors and spending time in a lovely, peaceful setting? Be a welcoming, informative Arboretum presence in our ground floor gallery between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm on Saturdays and/or Sundays....

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Seasonal and Internships

Reeves-Reed Arboretum is looking for a video/photography intern/volunteer to help us create professional video content for internal and external use to showcase various aspects of the Arboretum including festivals, envir...

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Photography/Video Intern needed to photograph and video Arboretum events and seasonal garden highlights for website, social media and marketing. Professional camera, iphone, and laptop or iPad required.Photography, video...

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