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- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Winter, 2013
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Fall, 2013
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Summer, 2013
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Spring, 2013
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Winter, 2012-2013
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Fall, 2012
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Summer, 2012
- Tyler Topics Newsletter - Spring, 2012
- Tyler Topics Newsletter – Winter, 2011-2012
Take a look at our maps and brochures and familiarize yourself with Tyler; plan your day before you even get here! These are the same documents found in the Visitor Center.
Read all about the exciting ways our non-profit organization is striving to serve our community and engage our visitors better and better each year.
The Pink Hill serpentine barrens is an extraordinary ecosystem with a history extending back into the deep past. It is home to an extraordinarily diverse group of plants and animals for such a small area of land, including several rare, threatened and endangered species. There is strong evidence that the barrens lost considerable ground in the latter half of the twentieth century, shrinking in area and declining in native species diversity with the waning of the disturbance regime that sustained it for centuries or thousands of years. In the past few years, considerable progress has been made to begin the process of ecological restoration, but much still needs to be done before Pink Hill will recoup its losses. With strategically targeted effort, this significant piece of the region’s natural heritage can be brought back to top condition and its key processes restored to insure its long-term sustainability. READ REPORT
The Strategic Master Plan
The 2008 Strategic Master Plan focuses on a transformation of Tyler into a regional destination site through the enhancement of current exhibits and features and the development of new exhibits. We further recognize the need to create a unique combination of horticultural and ecological themes that will be linked to the Arboretum’s collections and exhibits. Our new vision focuses on creating programs and exhibits that utilize the Arboretum’s plants and ecosystems in order to assist our varied audiences to become better stewards of the earth.