These usage policies are established to promote protection of the plant resources in a quality environment. To protect plant materials and increase your safety please: No pets at any time. Do not drink or play in the reclaimed water used in all sprinklers. Bicycles and jogging only on established roads and trails. Fires, athletic games, winter sports, fishing, hunting, swimming, or wading are prohibited.
Work and Research
Academic activities are encouraged and promoted. Studies could
assist with the documentation of environmental changes as
the arboreta age. From a wide array of student studies
ranging from water chemistry, bird censuses, insect collecting,
plant hardiness, landscape design, and phenology of flowering
data could be generated, publicized, and saved. Inventorying
the living trees in the Shattuck Arboretum and comparing that
to historical records is another potential class project.
Instructors are encouraged to share their findings with Arboretum
Educational Arboretum Tours
The University of Idaho arboreta are readily available for
public school and other educational programs. Please make
arrangements with the Arboretum staff email@example.com
or 208-885-5978 at least two weeks in advance for guided tours
and other public school class work.
FMO Landscape and Exteriors
Charles M. Zillinger