Discovery of Trees

With over 100 species of trees and 208 varieties of birds that make the cemetery their home each year, Woodlawn Cemetery and Arboretum is a beautiful place to wander. The national historic site has reopened their Discovery of Trees Series led by Ohio State University Extension’s Amy Stone, who takes visitors on walks, teaching them how to identify different species and how to recognize problems that could affect the trees’ health. With over 2,000 trees, both native and exotic, the site makes for a lovely walk. 6-7:30pm. First Tuesday of each month until November.

Woodlawn Cemetery and Arboretum | 1502 Central Ave.
419-472-2186 | historic-woodlawn.com
Free

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