"Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky." - Kahlil Gibran
Arboretum (ar' be re' tem); noun. A place where trees are cultivated for scientific purposes. The Penn State Mont Alto Arboretum, established by the Pennsylvania State Forest Academy in 1903, is a living, historic collection and outdoor classroom that exists to promote the aesthetic, educational, and research values of woody plants for present and future generations.
Discover exciting trees within the Penn State Mont Alto Arboretum through this Interactive Map hosted and designed by Bartlett Tree Experts! View the arboretum map here.
The Arboretum depends on the generosity of donors to maintain the current trees and acquire new specimens. Find information on giving opportunities. Or contact our development staff directly.