The land that makes up The North Carolina Arboretum has been home to different human groups over a span of more than 15,000 years. It has had many uses and been shaped by those who lived here. This walk, led by archaeologists Bob and Mary Noel, will give participants a chance to see and hear about past occupants of this land, and even a little history about how it became the state’s Arboretum.
This series begins this spring and will continue through each coming season, with expertly-guided small-group walks that allow for mindful connection in the more than human world. With the help of our core faculty, you’ll see with an eye to wonder and learn ways to actively preserve and protect our place in nature.
ONSITE | Friday, May 27, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.