In 1999, Neil Calkin and Herb Wilf introduced a labeled binary tree they fittingly named the Calkin-Wilf tree. This tree gained some notoriety through its use in an elegant proof of the countability of the rational numbers. In addition to this proof, Calkin and Wilf presented a connection between this tree and the hyperbinary partition function. In this talk, we will introduce the Calkin-Wilf tree and hyperbinary partitions. We will also give a generalization of the tree that will reveal several properties of a more general class of partitions, hyper m-ary partitions. This talk will be accessible to undergraduate students.