Hackberries, red oak, white oak, ashes, elms, sassafras, cottonwood, big-tooth aspen, sugar maple, red maple, box-elder, ironwood, sweet cherry, dogwoods, tulip poplars and eastern red cedar. Trees are the bones of our landscape. Each species has many unique characteristics of which their leaves are only one. Come and learn to recognize some of our common arbor neighbors as we take a hike in the last days of fall. Gain some skills to be able to greet the trees by name all winter long and learn about some of their qualities plus signs to help identify them.