Thanksgiving Lesson from Morton Arboretum
November 13, 2010 (CHICAGO) -- Edith Makra from the Morton Arboretum 'deconstructs' the typical Thanksgiving meal to show just how much we rely on trees for key parts of the meal.
The Morton Arboretum is located 25 miles west of Chicago in Lisle at 4100 Illinois Route 53. It's just west of Interstate 355 and north of I-88 on Illinois Route 53 (sometimes known as Lincoln Avenue or Lincoln Highway).
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