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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