2/7/19 Featured in Rutgers Today: Restoring the Arbor Trail

The Rutgers University Inn's Arbor Trail promotes student research and multiple academic partnerships.

Originally built in 1911 as part of the Sydney B. Carpender estate, which is now the present site of the Rutgers University Inn, the Arbor Trail was a gift to Carpender’s wife, Louise Johnson, daughter of Johnson & Johnson founder James Wood Johnson. Rutgers acquired the estate in 1965.

Fast forward, what started with one student’s curiosity to uncover the trail's past and adapt it to the future, has grow into the Arbor Trail Restoration Project.

Read the full article here.

Learn more about the trail's history and its re-discovery here.