SUNY Morrisville Arboretum
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Dawn to dusk

An exciting place you can explore year-round is our campus arboretum, a three-acre preserve behind Brooks Hall.

The attractive setting, developed more than 75 years ago, contains nearly 100 native, exotic and ornamental tree and shrub species and is a living learning laboratory for students, as well as a quiet place to study.

Collections of trees include Sapindaceae (maple and buckeye), Fagaceae (beech, oak and chestnut), Juglandaceae (walnut and hickory), Fabaceae (locusts) and Betulaceae (birch and allies) families, as well as a wide range of conifers.

The Arboretum is located behind Brooks Hall and is open to the public from dawn to dusk. Please leave no trace and carry in what you carry out.



Student working and trees
Planning for a sustainable environment. With the growing challenges to our natural environment come rising opportunities to protect it and supply our needs in a sustainable way.  If you value our natural resources and want to help sustain them, you’ll find the training to do so in SUNY Morrisville’s Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree program in environmental & natural resource management.
Student climbing tree
Become a steward of the land. One of the great challenges we face in today’s world has to do with our ability to identify and solve environmental problems. Through SUNY Morrisville’s Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program in environmental conservation science, you will take the first steps in preparing for that challenge.
Students working in the woods
No ceiling but the sky. The SUNY Morrisville Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in natural resources conservation turns your favorite place to be — the outdoors — into your classroom. Using this resource, our distinctive program provides the training for the well-grounded natural resource technician, whether your interest is in forestry, ecology, fish and wildlife, parks, resource management or equipment management.