Each year, Tree Hill Nature Center hosts this unique community event that culminates in a live butterfly release. The event has animal encounters, live music and games as well as crafts and more! We love having local vendors sell their crafts and goods!
Tree Hill Nature Center is home to chickens, goats and many species of native animals. Our chicken's eggs originate from a Free-Range environment and are used to feed our other animals, such as our opossum. They are also donated to Arlington Community Services' food pantry through the Arlington Community Garden. Our eggs are also available to the public for a suggested donation of three dollars per carton.
The goats and chickens provide compost for our plants around the property and in the community garden. Did you know you can come to Tree Hill anytime and pick up our finished compost for your own garden? The community garden was established in 2010 and has provided over 3,000 pounds of fresh food to the food pantry. We have expanded our goat habitat and he chicken pens to allow for more residents and more exhibits. Tree Hill Nature Center serves as a model for hobby farm enthusiasts and we are excited to be expanding on that work.
Vendor Booth Opportunities
Are you a business or non-profit who wants to make the public aware of your products or services? We have a limited number of booths available. Get one while they last.