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Greenwich Town Arboretum

Greenwich Town Arboretum - fall trees

Greenwich Town Arboretum


The roots of the Greenwich Town Arboretum began in, Bruce Park, located on 60 acres along the south side of Interstate 95.  Greenwich’s oldest public park was established in 1908 through a bequest of Robert Moffat Bruce. 

The Greenwich Tree Conservancy’s (GTC) mission is to protect and enhance our Arboretum, located throughout the Town of Greenwich, as a living museum of trees and plants and as a treasured community asset for current and future generations. Open and free to the public, the Arboretum collections have specimens from their native ecosystems and species representing important botanical diversity from around the world. They work to promote a deeper knowledge of trees and their value to our quality of life through public events, educational programs for both children and adults and through horticultural research. 

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