The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
Few places on Earth are as beautiful as Michigan on a fine fall day. Stroll through the trails & gardens during the early morning or later afternoon at this special time of year.
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study spots
Looking for a location to hold a group meeting? We have some of the University's best study spots.

calendar of events

There's always something happening at the Arb & Gardens, whether it's a single cactus blooming in the Conservatory or a few thousand people enjoying Earth Day celebrations. Free guided tours. Prescribed burns. Gardening and art classes for kids and adults. School field trips. Seasonal exhibits. Let our calendar help you find the activity that's right for you and your family.

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Skunk cabbage gets its name from the odor it produces to attract insect pollinators. Take a walk in the Arb or on the Botanical Garden trails and see if you can spot this unique plant.
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  • "Go Fish" in Michigan: What Can You Eat?
    What can fish tell us about the levels of contaminants in Michigan lakes and streams? Joe Bohr, aquatic biologist with the MDEQ Water Resources Division, will discuss changes in mercury, PCBs, and other “legacy” contaminant levels over time, as well as the “discovery” of other contaminants of concern. Presented by Sierra Club Huron Valley Group. Free.

    Location: Matthaei Botanical Gardens

    Category: Adult Education

    Date: 3/18/2014

    Time: 7:30 pm to 9 pm

    More info: click here


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