Signature Guided Nature Walks
Classes & Workshops

Get to know the diverse ecosystems and living collections at the Arboretum! Whether on a nature walk with Naturalist Matt Schuth, or on a collections jaunt with Arboretum staff and horticulture author Alan Branhagen, you will gain new insight into our plants and their importance for the environment, research and homeowners.


Spring Wildflowers, photo LMathiason

Walks With Matt: Early Spring Wildflowers & Bird Migration

Saturday, April 25
9-11 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

Discover the awakening natural world around you through Matt's wealth of wisdom, trivia, and wit. This walk will be a celebration of the wildflowers that have awakened from winter's slumber, such as hepatica, bloodroot, Dutchman's breeches and trillium. Catch sight of the first wave of migrating birds!
  • Search for phoebes, fox sparrows, killdeer and ducks
  • Learn which birds are just passing through versus coming to stay for the summer
  • Enjoy the emerging changes in nature as you join nature lovers on this first walk of the season!
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter
register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Birding Walk with Gregg: Early Spring Migration

Saturday, May 2
8-10 a.m.

Gregg Severson, Bird Guide and Owner of Birding with Gregg. Gregg birds by bogs, on bikes, around the cities and further afield... and this year at the Arboretum!

Learn more about the early spring migrating species in Minnesota:
  • Listen and look for songbirds
  • Hear stories about Gregg's birding experiences in Minnesota and elsewhere
  • Learn tips and tricks to improve your birding experiences
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars and good shoes for walking and standing, and dress for the weather

Limit 12, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter
register
$19 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

 

Walks with Alan: Exploring the Dayton Wildflower Garden

Thursday, May 7
5-7 p.m.

Alan Branhagen, Arboretum Director of Operations and Author of "Native Plants of the Midwest"

Native plants are so important- they have co-evolved with the animals and insects of our region and provide habitat and shelter as well as beauty. Discover the gorgeous spring ephemerals of the Dayton Wildflower Garden:
  • Learn more about the life cycle and biology of springtime forest floor plants
  • Hear stories about the plant and animal interactions of the forest
  • Get ideas and inspiration for adding some of these plants to your own woodland garden
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 20, Meet at Sensory Garden Parking Lot

register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Walks With Matt: New Lake Tamarack Property

Saturday, May 9
9-11 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

Meet the newest part of the Arboretum, the Lake Tamarack Property, as you are immersed in late spring wildflowers and migrating birds!
  • Caravan together from the Arboretum over to Lake Tamarack
  • Explore the woodland, waterfront, and meadow areas
  • Discover wildflowers such as bluebells, Minnesota dwarf trout lily, and mayapple
  • Search for sights and sounds of yellow rumped warblers, kinglets, thrushes, waterfowl, and a variety of sparrows, and learn about their nesting and mating habits.
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.
PLANT SALE!
This walk takes place on the same day as the popular annual Arboretum Plant Sale! Allow extra time to get through the Arboretum gatehouse, as there will likely be a line to enter the Arboretum. Take advantage of the great plant sale finds after the walk!
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Park and meet first at the designated meeting location listed below. Then choose to ride the Arboretum bus together OR drive yourself to the final walk destination.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Arboretum & Audubon:
A Day of Birding Walks and Workshops

Sunday, May 17, 2019
5:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Join birding enthusiasts and experts from around the region to celebrate spring migration! Amidst the setting of spring flowers, novice to advanced birders can interact with a host of experts about birding, habitat, quirky bird science, and even meet live raptors! Customize your perfect day filled with your choice of presentations, workshops, nature walks, and book signings.

Featuring noted Naturalists & Authors

$99 member/$119 non-member, includes customized choice of available sessions, morning coffee/snack, lunch, and Arboretum admission

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Walks With Matt: Bird Watching & Listening

Saturday, May 23
8-10 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

Calling all bird watching enthusiasts! This is an exclusive opportunity to focus on the technique of bird watching with an expert. Let the Arboretum become your concert hall as you walk woodland trails and enjoy the symphony of nature.
  • Early morning increases chances of sightings by sight and "by ear"
  • Learn tips, tricks and anecdotes to increase your success and enjoyment of bird watching
  • Look and listen for the distinctive sounds of catbirds, warblers, indigo buntings and blue-gray gnatcatchers
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission


Birding Walk with Tammi: Birdsong & Botany

Select a session
Sunday, May 31, 7:30-9 a.m.
Sunday, June 7, 7:30-9 a.m.
Sunday, June 14, 7:30-9 a.m.

Tammi Mercer, Interpretive Naturalist at Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden

Join Tammi in the spring and summer beauty of the Arboretum for some birding! Not only will you enjoy learning more about birds, Tammi's plant expertise will leave you wanting to know more about botany as well.
  • Try birding by ear, Tammi's specialty, as you listen to the veritable concert of birdsong around you
  • Look for and understand the importance of native flowers and trees to our songbirds
  • Explore which native habitats are best suited to which birds, including prairie, forest and wetland
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars and good shoes for walking and standing, and dress for the weather

Limit 15,  Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter
register
Sunday, May 31, 7:30-9 a.m.
$19 member/$35 non-member, 
includes Arboretum admission 

register
Sunday, June 7, 7:30-9 a.m.
$19 member/$35 non-member, 
includes Arboretum admission 

register
Sunday, June 14, 7:30-9 a.m.
$19 member/$35 non-member, 
includes Arboretum admission 



Birding Class+Walk with Gregg: Birding with your Ears

Saturday, June 6
8-11 a.m.

Gregg Severson, Bird Guide and Owner of Birding with Gregg. Gregg birds by bogs, on bikes, around the cities and further afield... and this year at the Arboretum!

One of the key skills of avid birders is finding birds by using your ears. Even if your primary goal is to see the bird, using your ears will help you find it and identify it! Start together in the classroom to:
  • Listen to recordings of birds in a controlled environment
  • View spectrograms to help visualize bird songs and calls, deepening our understanding and making sounds easier to remember
  • Understand the difference between songs and calls
  • Get a taste of how advanced birders use their ears
Finally, we'll head together outside for the opportunity to hone our skills in the field!
You'll head home with an enhanced ability to find and identify birds by their songs and calls!
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, good shoes for walking and standing, smartphone (if desired - smartphones are good tools for listening to and recording birdsong but are not necessary to enjoy this class), and dress for the weather

Limit 12, Meet at Learning Center

register
$40 member/$55 non-member, includes Arboretum admission 


Special Access: Minnesota Native Orchids

Saturday, June 6
9-11 a.m.

David Remucal, curator of endangered plants at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

The lady's slipper is not Minnesota's only orchid- far from it! Our 48 orchid species can be found in forest, wetland and prairies, and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and flower colors. In this program: 
  • Learn about ongoing conservation efforts- especially the 10 species listed as endangered
  • Hear fascinating facts about orchids' complex biology
  • Head out to the gardens for "special access" knowledge of the best locations for orchids at the Arboretum
  • You'll likely see some of the Arb's showy and yellow lady's slippers in bloom!
  • Get a first-hand view of some of the new beds and orchids introduced to the Arboretum grounds.


Limit 20, Snyder Building - Classroom I

register $20 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Bog boardwalk, photo Christopher Hall

 

Walks with Alan: Exploring the Bog Walk, Wood Duck & Lost Ponds

Thursday, June 11
5-7 p.m.

Alan Branhagen, Arboretum Director of Operations and Author of "Native Plants of the Midwest"

Native plants are so important- they have co-evolved with the animals and insects of our region and provide habitat and shelter as well as beauty. Discover the bustling life and fascinating plants of the Bog Walk and ponds, including native carnivorous plants!
  • Understand the importance of wetland habitat for our region's ecosystem
  • Learn about the plant and animal interactions of the wetlands
  • Get ideas and inspiration for adding wetland plants to your own bog garden or container garden
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 20, Meet at Snyder Building - Snyder Lobby

register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission


 

Walks With Matt: Bobolinks, Bluebirds & Meadowlarks

Saturday, June 13
8-10 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

Explore the open fields of early summer! Matt's wealth of wisdom, trivia, and wit will help you to see the natural world in a new light as you examine flowers and grasses of the open fields and woodland edges of the Arboretum.
  • Explore a unique area on the Western edge of the Arboretum
  • Learn about the Arboretum's bluebird program
  • You might even get up close and personal with baby bluebirds!
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Meet first at the designated meeting location listed below. Then choose to ride the Arboretum bus together OR drive yourself to the final walk destination.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member, includes Arboretum admission


 

Special Access Tour Behind-the-Scenes: What's "Growing On" at the Farm?

Select a session
Wednesday, June 24, 10-11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, July 22, 10-11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, August 19, 10-11:30 a.m.

Tim Wilson, Arboretum Staff, Farm at the Arb Education Manager

The Farm at the Arb is in its first full growing season, and so much is already happening!
  • Learn more about the specially-selected edible crops that are growing
  • Discover what the Arboretum does with all this food when it is harvested
  • Tour the market garden and other areas of the Farm with Tim as he points out special highlights
  • Get an overview of the Arboretum's brand new Sustainable Horticulture Certificate, which offers hands-on training in market gardening

You'll leave with a greater understanding of what the Farm at the Arb is all about and excitement to come back and see how things are growing!
Note: While each session will give a different glimpse of the crops at various stages, much of the information on this tour will be the same for each session. We recommend selecting only 1 session to attend.

Limit 25, Red Barn at the Farm at the Arb

register Wednesday, June 24, 10-11:30 a.m.
$10 member/$25 non-member, includes Arboretum admission
register Wednesday, July 22, 10-11:30 a.m.
$10 member/$25 non-member,
includes Arboretum admission
register Wednesday, August 19, 10-11:30 a.m.
$10 member/$25
non-member, includes Arboretum admission

 

Birding Walk with Gregg: Breeding Birds of the Arb

Saturday, July 11
8-10 a.m.

Gregg Severson, Bird Guide and Owner of Birding with Gregg. Gregg birds by bogs, on bikes, around the cities and further afield... and this year at the Arboretum!

It's time for babies- see if you can spot nesting species and their offspring!

  • Learn more about nestlings and how different birds feed and care for their young
  • Hear stories about Gregg's birding experiences in Minnesota and elsewhere
  • Learn tips and tricks to improve your birding experience

BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars and good shoes for walking and standing, and dress for the weather

Limit 12, Meet at Snyder Building - Snyder Lobby

register $19 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Prairie, photo Todd Mulvihill

Walks With Matt: Sights, Sounds & Songs of the Prairie

Saturday, July 25
8-10 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

The Arboretum prairie will be in its glory at the height of summer, from tall grasses to flowering plants, along with the variety of winged friends- birds and insects!
  • Examine the unique butterflies and blooms of this ecosystem
  • Gain insights into the prairie that once covered our region
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Meet first at the designated meeting location listed below. Then choose to ride the Arboretum bus together OR drive yourself to the final walk destination.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member,includes Arboretum admission 


Special Access Tour Behind-the-Scenes: Rare Plant Conservation at the Arb

Saturday, June 27
9-11 a.m.

David Remucal, curator of endangered plants at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Learn more about how a botanic garden can work to save rare plants during this tour of the current research! The Arboretum is a proud partner with the Center for Plant Conservation (CPC), an organization founded in 1984 that seeks to prevent the extinction of US native plants. As a partner in the CPC, the Arboretum is responsible for leading conservation efforts for nine species, which include 
  • Orchids such as Platanthera praeclara, the western prairie fringed orchid
  • Dwarf trout lily endemic to Minnesota (Erythronium propullans)
  • Fassett's locoweed endemic to Wisconsin (Oxytropis campestris var. chartacea)
In addition to an outline of the current research projects, you will receive special access to areas that are normally off-limits for public viewing: 
  • Tour the research greenhouse
  • View the research plots
  • Visit the research hoop houses
Limit 20, Horticulture Research Center

register
$20 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission and guided special access to research areas

 

Walks With Matt: Wood Ducks & Wrens of Spring Peeper Meadow

Saturday, August 15
9-11 a.m.

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

Immerse yourself in the lush growth and wildlife of "Spring Peeper," the Arboretum's summer wetland meadow! Matt's wealth of wisdom, trivia, and wit will allow you to see the natural world in new light and delight in the rich diversity found in this precious pocket of the Arboretum!
  • Look and listen for birds such as goldfinches, bluebirds, and swallows
  • Learn about the restoration of this unique site
  • Understand why wetland meadows are so important to our region
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.
TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Meet first at the designated meeting location listed below. Then choose to ride the Arboretum bus together OR drive yourself to the final walk destination.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member,includes Arboretum admission

Walking in the Prairie, photo Roger Pavelle

 

Walks with Alan: Exploring the Bennett-Johnson Prairie Restoration

Thursday, August 20
5-7 p.m

Alan Branhagen, Arboretum Director of Operations and Author of "Native Plants of the Midwest"

Native plants are so important- they have co-evolved with the animals and insects of our region and provide habitat and shelter as well as beauty. Discover the late summer beauty of a Midwestern Prairie, with grasses up to six feet tall and beautiful late-flowering perennials in yellow, white and lavender.
  • Understand the different ways indigenous people and settlers have impacted native prairies
  • Hear stories about the plant and animal interactions of the prairie
  • Visit the Prairie Garden to see how you can add these beautiful plants to your own garden on a backyard scale
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 20, Meet at Prairie Garden Parking Lot

register
$14 member/$29 non-member,includes Arboretum admission

Franklin Krebs/shutterstock 

Walks With Matt: Mushrooms, Migrations & More

Monday, August 31
10 a.m.-noon

Matt Schuth, Naturalist, Author, and Minnesota Landscape Arboretum expert for more than 30 years

The advent and duration of the mushroom season are the result of a seemingly mysterious combination of components. Whether you find abundance or scarcity on this Walk, you will gain an appreciation for the fragile life cycle of these important organisms and learn how to respect and preserve their environments
  • Explore the Arboretum's Bog area and the Green Heron Trail
  • Participate in a hunt for the wide and amazing assortment of mushrooms and fungi
  • Search for birds who begin their migration at this time, including ducks, sparrows and shorebirds
NOTE
As Minnesotans know, Mother Nature can be unpredictable! What may begin as a mushroom hunt may turn into warbler watching...that is the joy and spontaneity of nature, and of these explorations. Be prepared for the weather and a possible change of subject matter based on what Mother Nature has in store for participants during this session.
BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars, magnifying glass, water bottle, practical shoes for walking over uneven paths, and dress for the weather.

Limit 25, Meet at Ordway Picnic Shelter

register
$14 member/$29 non-member,includes Arboretum admission

 

Walk with Mary: Ornamental Grasses

Monday, September 14
10 a.m.-noon

Mary Meyer, University of MN Professor and Extension Horticulturist

Ornamental grasses provide year-round beauty, are low maintenance and provide fabulous habitat! This session begins with a classroom overview, then we will caravan together to tour the grass collection at its peak! 
  • View the 200+ species in the Arboretum's collection- one of the largest in the country!
  • Get an overview of the seasonal peaks of beauty for various cultivars
  • Understand the importance of habitat and forage that grasses provide for local birds and insects
  • Learn how to select varieties or cultivars for your home landscape

Dr. Meyer's book, Ornamental Grasses for Cold Climates, is available in the Arboretum Gift Store.
NOTE:  Be sure to come dressed for the weather and ready to spend time outdoors!


Limit 25, Tashjian Bee and Pollinator Discovery Center - McVay Learning Lab

register
$20 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission 

 

Birding Walk with Gregg: Fall Migration

Saturday, September 19
8-10 a.m.

Gregg Severson, Bird Guide and Owner of Birding with Gregg. Gregg birds by bogs, on bikes, around the cities and further afield... and this year at the Arboretum!

Discover more about autumn migrating species and their behaviors as you look and listen for songbirds and waterfowl.

  • Hear stories about Gregg's birding experiences in Minnesota and elsewhere
  • Learn tips and tricks to improve your birding experience

BRING FROM HOME (SUGGESTED)
Binoculars and good shoes for walking and standing, and dress for the weather

Limit 12, Meet at Snyder Building - Snyder Lobby

register $19 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

 

Moth Night at the Arboretum

Saturday, July 25
7-11 p.m.

Alan Branhagen, Arboretum Director of Operations and Author of "Native Plants of the Midwest"
Bill Johnson, Charter Member of the North American Nature Photographers' Association


In honor of National Moth Week, come to the Arboretum to learn more about these interesting, gorgeous insects!
Classroom instruction includes:

  • Watch a stunning photographic presentation about moths in Minnesota
  • Learn the basics of "mothing," from setting up light stations to the basics of ID

After sunset, head outside with a flashlight along a marked trail:

  • Visit light stations and talk to moth experts as they point out moths
  • Use ID books (provided to borrow during the event) along the trail

Bring from Home (Suggested)

  • Headlamp or flashlight if you plan to walk our moth trail
  • Insect repellent (don't worry, it doesn't deter moths)
  • Be aware that lighter clothing may attract moths to you. Dress appropriately based on your preferences.

Limit 50, Snyder Building- Snyder Auditorium

register
$20 member/$35 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

Shinrin-yoku at the Arboretum 
Various Dates

Age 16 and older
Enjoy the tranquility and well-being of Shinrin-Yoku, a Japanese mindfulness practice that invites nature to be your healer. Through guided awareness exercises, you will awaken all your senses and calm your mind. Shinrin-Yoku (or 'Forest Bathing') fosters a deep connection with nature that will nourish you -- mind, body and spirit. 
Limit 12 people per session

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