The Northfield Park Arboretum was once a long and narrow canyon, and now is considered a "living exhibition" of trees, shrubs, and other botanical life that grows in the Gering region. It has the traditional arboretum "park" setting, with plants that need additional care to thrive in the area, as well as a "natural" area that displays native plants adapted to the park's conditions.
Curator of Northfield Park Arboretum is Ron Ernst.
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