The Pine Hollow Arboretum currently provides many science-oriented educational opportunities for the community. The unique forest environment of trees, shrubs, and plants found at Pine Hollow Arboretum presents a novel “living laboratory” to observe many ecological concepts at work. As we move forward, we hope to be the host site of research studies that contribute relevant information to the fields of horticulture, plant conservation, climate studies, forestry, and ecology.
Current science-oriented programs at Pine Hollow include:
If you are a student or researcher interested in using The Pine Hollow Arboretum as a research site, please contact us!
In 2020, the Pine Hollow Arboretum received grant money through the Bender Scientific Fund through the Community Foundation of the Greater Capital Region to create a set to Ten-Minute Field Trips. The purpose of this grant was to produce "Ten Minute Field Trips" which are pre-recorded video designed to teach students about trees, plants, wildlife and ecosystems that can be found at their school or in their community.