Perennial Reports

Each year The Morton Arboretum recognizes donors, volunteers, employees, and other community members for their support of the institution.

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Each year, the Perennial Report illustrates the year’s highlights, a financial summary, and a listing of donors who generously supported the Arboretum’s mission and commitment to trees.

Thank you for valuing trees and supporting The Morton Arboretum!

Perennial Report 2020

For The Morton Arboretum, 2020 brought disruptions and challenges like none in its history. While the coronavirus pandemic required adaptations to norms and plans, the Arboretum stood resilient and advanced its mission to plant and protect trees for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world.

Perennial Report 2019

In 2019, The Morton Arboretum inspired tree champions while advancing its mission to plant and protect trees for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world.

Perennial Report 2018

In 2018, The Morton Arboretum advanced the cause of trees through impacts in science and conservation, education, and plant collections. Explore this Perennial Report, which reviews a year of discovery and accomplishment. Here you will find a video of the year’s highlights, a financial summary, and a listing of donors who generously supported the Arboretum’s mission.

Perennial Report 2017

Review the highlights of 2017, including financial information and a list of supporters who make possible our work as the champion of trees.

Perennial Report 2016

Read the report to see how the Arboretum carried out its mission to encourage the planting and conservation of trees and other plants for a greener, healthier, and more beautiful world. We invite you to review our progress and to continue to champion trees with us.

Perennial Report 2015

2015: A year of champions. Read The Morton Arboretum’s annual report to see our accomplishments, financial information, and a list of our supporters.

Perennial Report 2014

Stories. Photos. Results! Read the Perennial Report to discover the many ways The Morton Arboretum championed trees in 2014.