Renewing your Membership – or Joining for the First Time

By Wilma Jozwiak

Being a member of Landis Arboretum means being part of a family that values the environment and wants to ensure that special regional resources like Landis are available for a very long time.

Membership donations are a crucial element of our annual budget. Because of our members, we are able to maintain our gardens and collections, keep our trails and fields open, and provide learning opportunities. While we offer valuable member benefits, we have learned that most of our members join and renew year after year because they appreciate the values for which Landis stands.

Benefits of membership include discounts at plant sales and admission to other public gardens and arboreta for a full year. We will contact you when your current membership expires along with information on multiple ways to renew.

If you are not currently a member, we encourage you to consider joining: for Landis and for the environment, for yourself and for future generations.

Spring 2016

Volume 34 , Number 2

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