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Events and Support

The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum was established in 1958 as a non-profit organization borne out of the University of Minnesota Horticultural Research Center and the Men's Garden Club of Minneapolis.  Today the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is a widely respected local and international resource for horticultural and environmental information and learning.  We conduct research and provide public education, develop and evaluate plants for cold climates and inspire visitors to be good stewards of the earth.

Our more than 1,000 acres consists of display gardens, woods, prairies, natural spaces and research areas.  The walkways and trails allow easy access to these spaces for learning and enjoyment.  The Arboretum promotes and supports lifelong learning, special events, school programs, conferences, urban garden programs and more. 

With just under 11% of the Arboretum's funding coming from the University of Minnesota, we rely on business partners like you to sustain these important community programs and events.  We receive additional funding through memberships, earned income and individual philanthropic support.  

We offer flexible packages tailored to your business objectives when you partner with the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.  In addition to benefits such as increased visibility and brand recognition, a partnership with the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum demonstrates your commitment to the environment and to the conservation of plants and the natural world.

Please see the program support and sponsorship opportunities listed below
or
contact Beverly Anglum at 952-443-1407 for further information.

Program Support and Sponsorship Opportunities

Unrestricted General Operating Support

Youth and Family Programming:

Premiere Projects and Funding Opportunities:

Seasonal Exhibits and Events:

Professional and Business Program Offerings:

Restoration and Conservation Efforts

Lifelong Learning Programs:

 

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Examples of Event & Program Support

Events
Gala in the Gardens
Toast & Taste in the Gardens
Ghouls & Goblins
Bud Break 5K
All About Dogs Day
Student Art & Photography Exhibit & Sale

Programs
Clean Water Summit
Healthy Foods Summit
Photography Symposium
Photography classes
School Programming
Urban Youth Outreach
Adult Cooking Series

Exhibits
Dirt-O-Rama
Steelroots

Tiny Treasures: Fairies & Gnomes
Powerhouse Plants
Big Build: Artist in Residence
Waterosity
Treeology