The Ramser Arboretum was established as an educational and outdoor recreation resource for individuals and groups interested in native Ohio hardwood trees. The arboretum was founded by Jelloway businessman and farmer Russell Ramser. Russ began converting his farm from a cattle operation to hardwood trees, and by his death in 1996 had planted over 150,000 trees.
The Arboretum is open daily from dawn to dusk (closed during deer gun seasons).
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