Lyon Arboretum is a research unit of the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. The 193.5 acre botanical garden specializes in interpretive displays of tropical plants, and has extensive native Hawaiian, ethnobotanical and international collections.
Research programs in the conservation of rare and endangered plants and our education programs complement the collections with the goal of providing a positive aesthetic and learning experience to encourage concern and active participation in the conservation of our island natural resources.
Lyon Arboretum Memberships and Partner Organizations
Lyon Arboretum Partnership with UHM Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program
- Meagan Kubojiri
- Shiela Peterson
- Sarah Smith
- Jane Suphan
- Heather Terstegge
- Rebeccah Treser
- Teresa Cantero
- Chapin Sussman
Supervising Graduate Assistants
- Kimberly Jackson
- Melissa Rand
Karen K. Kosasa, Director, Museum Studies, Dept. of American Studies, UHM
This website was made possible by the efforts of the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program and its graduate assistant, Kimberly Jackson.