The UCF Arboretum offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. Volunteers can volunteer individually or as group to help in the community garden, assist with horticultural work in campus landscapes, or help in campus natural lands. Come out and get your feet wet, your hands dirty, and your knowledge expanded, as you learn more about gardening, landscaping, or natural lands management!More Information
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Bee Campus USA
The Arboretum is now a part of the Bee Campus USA program! Our student leaders aim to sustain and enhance pollinator populations and raise awareness about them. Check it out!Bee Campus USA
Want to know more about our natural lands? Schedule a tour to walk through the trails and learning about the Arboretum!Tours
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Our mission: to cultivate, celebrate, communicate the value of plants, ecosystems and biodiversity to human wellbeing!
Alumna Takes On Role as First Orlando Beekeeper
Orlando’s first official beekeeper is staying busy as a — well you know — applying the knowledge she acquired as a College of Sciences graduate.…
Controlled Arboretum Burns Lead to Discovery of new Grass Species
A new grass species was discovered in the UCF Arboretum thanks to regular controlled burns that mimic nature’s wildfire season. Sporobolus osceolensis is a type…