Washtenaw Community College

School Grounds (K-12, Technical Schools, Community Colleges)
Grand Award

The landscape at Washtenaw Community College is home to nature trails and over 60 different species of trees, including hundreds of mature oaks and maples, native to Michigan. Colorful evergreens, red-twigged dogwoods and ornamental grasses soften the long, bleak winters, and those entering campus during the warm season will experience beds lined with Serviceberry, Hydrangea, Lilacs, colorful Daylilies, and annuals of various color and texture. Flowering Crabapple trees encircle the Community Park green space to represent each school district in the county, and symbolize the apple orchard that once stood at this site.