The monthly library profiles discuss a relevant Arboretum topic and highlight useful related library resources.
The library profiles are featured on the Arboretum’s blog. Each entry presents an idea currently being explored at the Arboretum and highlights the library resources readers can use to learn more. To view previous monthly profiles, you can find them archived in ACORN.
Monthly Library Profiles
What Is Ethnobotany?
Learn more about ethnobotany and how it examines the interrelationship between people and plants from historical and crosscultural perspectives.
Voices of the Arboretum
Voices of the Arboretum is a gallery of audio recordings and supplemental materials available on ACORN, the library’s digital collections database.
Joy Morton: Founder of the Arboretum
Learn more about the Arboretum’s founder and the Morton family through library resources and collections.
Racial Justice, Anti-Racism, and the Environment
Recently, the Sterling Morton Library’s collection has expanded to reflect a wider range of voices and perspectives. This e-book reading list is a starting place to explore resources involving the intersection of racial justice, anti-racism, and the environment.