Winter Canvas of January (Updated Jan. 3)

"Frosty ice crystals and rare hoarfrost (for earlybird hikers) are a few of the delights that may be found! Tawny tan grasses glow warm against the blue-grey hills. Think there isn't green to be found? Look down around the boardwalk. There is green moss - bright with the promise of rebirth in a few months." --Greg Lecker, Minnesota Master Naturalist Volunteer

There are a host of reasons to enjoy winter at the Arboretum. 31 Reasons to Visit the Arboretum in January is chock full of ideas for fun activities, both indoors and out! Trails are open for hiking--skiing and snowshoeing are not recommended at this time due to very little snow.

Photo by Chirstopher Hall.