By Phran Novelli

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Arbor Day is Friday a good reminder to plant a tree or three this year – and help meet the goal to plant ONE MILLION trees in our region.

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All week long, the Morris Arboretum in Chestnut Hill has events for Arbor Day, and wandering their 92 acres is a great way to consider trees you might want to plant at your house – since you can see what they look like all grown up.

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Celebrations culminate Saturday, from 11 am to 3pm with stations throughout the Morris Arboretum where you can learn to design a tree house, identify trees, write a tree’s history, plan an urban treescape, and watch arborists work. All visitors are welcome to these events and it’s also a way for Girl Scouts to earn their “Tree” badge that day.

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And if you like the idea of being high up in the trees without doing any climbing, go ‘Out On A Limb’ at the Morris Arboretum to celebrate Arbor Day – their canopy walkway takes you 50 feet up into the treetops for a bird’s eye view.