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Members of the media can contact the Public Relations team for interviews, information, photos, and b-roll.

Tari Marshall, Head of Public Relations and Social Media
Phone: 630-725-2103
Email: tmarshall@mortonarb.org

Kara Silva, Public Relations and Social Media Specialist
For tree and plant care questions, special events, programs, and exhibitions
Phone: 630-719-5768
Email: ksilva@mortonarb.org

Tyler Prich, Media Relations Specialist
For science and research expertise, and Chicago Region Trees Initiative
Phone: 630-719-4633
Email: tprich@mortonarb.org

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Arboretum kicks off 100-year anniversary Dec. 14 with yearlong celebration featuring new Human+Nature sculptures, 1,000 tree plantings

The Morton Arboretum is kicking off its 100th anniversary year by announcing the extension of its popular Human+Nature exhibition through March 2023, and the addition in May of two new large-scale sculptures and a commemorative centennial sculpture by artist Daniel Popper.

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About the Arboretum

The Morton Arboretum is an internationally recognized outdoor tree museum and tree research center in Lisle, Illinois. Its 1,700 acres include 16 miles of hiking trails, a Children’s Garden, educational exhibitions, a Visitor Center, and specialty tree and plant collections.

Learn more: About the Arboretum