Trails & Collections Map – Nichols Arboretum

Nichols Arboretum provides unique opportunities to explore concepts in the ongoing interaction between nature and humans. As a designed landscape commission begun in 1907, the Arb contains specialty gardens, thematic areas, dispersed collections, culturally significant landscapes, natural areas, and active areas of ecosystem restoration research. The human hand is not immediately obvious to many visitors, but evidence of human interaction on the land for the past several millennia can be detected. Printed guides for Nichols Arboretum are available at the Arb visitor enter and at Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Or you can view a downloadable PDF of the entire Arb guide and map.

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