NDSU Horticulture Research Field Day

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NDSU Horticulture Research Farm

The 80-acre farm includes the beautiful Dale E. Herman Research Arboretum, which has the largest collection of trees in the northern Great Plains. It contains more than 5000 species, cultivars, and selections of trees and shrubs.

Please save the date now and check back for further information this summer! We're excited and hopeful that we'll be able to meet in person for 2021!

Driving Directions:

Directions to the NDSU Horticulture Research Farm:

From Interstate 94, take Wheatland exit 324 onto Cass County Road 5 and head north toward Wheatland. The road curves to the west shortly after passing through Wheatland. Turn right and head north, continuing on Cass County 5 (a paved road). At the Absaraka intersection (Cass County 5 and 30th St SE, marked with Absaraka turn sign), turn right. Continue east until you reach the first left (section line) and turn left (149th Ave SE) and head north. Continue north until you reach the first left (section line) and turn left (29th St SE). This road is marked with a sign “Minimal Maintenance Road”. The Arboretum is down this road on the left.

Use the following GPS address: 14850 29th St SE, Amenia, ND 58004. This address takes you to the crossroads of 29th St SE and 149th Ave SE. The farm is located just due west from this address on the Minimal Maintenance Road, 29th St SE. 

Contact Information

Contact Information

Esther E. McGinnis