This event took place in Adams National Historical Park where we were doing plant propagation. During this event we were learning about grafting. Grafting is a horticultural technique where tissues from one plant are inserted into those of another so that the two sets of vascular tissues join together and create a new species of tree just like they do with animals under the same family. I learned how apples don’t always come from their seed, that they come from grafting one apple tree to another. Another thing i learned during this event i learned was that a tree could have as many combinations as you want in it. We work with a Adam National Historical Park stuff ( Bruce Beck ) were he thought us how to do grafting and the steps to do it. Bruce did a really good job explaining the proper ways to do it because everybody understood and did a good job. My highlight during this event was learning about about grafting because now I could start my own little experiment mixing plants up to see what would be result.