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Guided Walk - The Trees of UC Berkeley
Guided Walk - The Trees of UC Berkeley

Sun, Oct 22


NE corner of Oxford St & Center St

Guided Walk - The Trees of UC Berkeley

Join arborist Eric Folmer for a walking tour of the interesting trees of the UC Berkeley campus.

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Time & Location

Oct 22, 2023, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

NE corner of Oxford St & Center St, Oxford St & Center St, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA


About the event

Friends of the Urban Forest invites you to our first-ever guided walk in the East Bay! The University of California, Berkeley campus has a rich history of tree plantings going back to its founding in 1868. This walking tour will visit a variety of native and introduced trees and talk about their natural and local history. We'll take a look at designated landmark trees including the tallest grove of hardwood trees in North America and the story of how they were measured. We'll compare the three kinds of true cedars and the three kinds of redwoods including the story of the "living fossil" dawn redwood and much more. We'll meet at the UC Berkeley sign at the northeast corner of Oxford Street and Center Street -- an easy four-minute walk from the Downtown Berkeley BART station.

This Guided Walk is free for students.

Note that our Guided Walks happen rain or shine, and tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.


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    +$0.63 service fee
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    +$0.50 service fee
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