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A Look Back

A Look Back!

Let's Get Growing and Kids Can Cook! Program highlights.

A special look back at the Let's Get Growing! and Kids Can Cook! programs at Reeves-Reed Arboretum.

As all the children's programs wrap up for the season at the Stackhouse Education Center, the gardening and cooking programs have also ended. The sounds of children's laughter, and squeals of sheer...

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Bees Prepare for Winter

As the autumn colors begin to emerge and the temperatures start to drop, many animals begin their preparations for the winter ahead. Each type of animal has its own strategy for surviving the cold winter months-bears hibernate, some birds fly south, and squirrels and chipmunks begin storing nuts and seeds for the long days ahead. Insects are no different; many hibernate in various developmental stages, but few are active all winter long.

That's where honey bees are different. Note that...

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Scouts: Come One, Come All!

Did you know that we offer programs for scouts at the Arboretum? From Daisies and Cub Scouts on up, the Arboretum provides a unique setting for scouts of all ages to investigate and discover new things!

Whether your troop is working on a badge or is looking for a fun field trip, the historic grounds, gardens, and woodland trails of the Arboretum provide the perfect location t...

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