The Wood Hall Tree Tour is the first tour to be developed by Landscape Services. In the future we will be developing many different tours of our diverse campus landscape.
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Arbor Day 2009 Celebration, American Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis)
Arbor Day 2009 Celebration, American Hackberry, (Celtis occidentalis)
WMU President Dr. John Dunn (below) lending a hand outside of Wood Hall.
Arbor Day Celebration 2010, American Redbud (Cercis canadensis)
Senior WMU ISA certified Arborist John Disbro (below) making a presentation outside the College of Health and Human Services
Arbor Day 2011Celebration, American Hop Hornbeam ( Ostrya virginiania)
Pete Strazdas, Assoc. V.P. of Facilities Management (right) and Tim Holysz, Director of Landscape Services help plant the Arbor Day tree at the College of Engineering
Arbor Day 2012, Swamp White Oak, (Quercus bicolor)
Landscape staff (from left to right) Carla Joyner, Tammy Kiel, Darrell Junkins pitch in at the Goldsworth valley pond
Arbor Day 2013 Celebration, Baldcypress (Taxodium distchum)
Steve (left) and Connor Root enjoy the planting fun at the Goldsworth valley pond.