Each year, The Holden Arboretum's Scientist Lecture Series invites you to delve deeper into the issues and conditions that impact the world around us. These free, academic lectures allow you to step back into the classroom and learn from the experts. Programs are held at The Holden Arboretum’s Warren H. Corning Visitor Center.
Each lecture is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
Jason Grabosky, PhD, John and Eleanor Kuser Faculty Scholar in Urban Forestry, Rutgers University.
Thursday, March 5, 7pm
This presentation will develop and discuss a series of conceptual curves for the organization of urban tree management. The curves will consider environmental services over time and how common site measures can be used to monitor urban tree performance expectations. The curves will then be further discussed in the context of a series of five studies targeting early life, coming of service size and end-of-usefulness (or over-maturity) in the urban situation.
Grabosky teaches classes in tree care and management, and maintains research projects with several talented graduate students in the plant biology, landscape architecture, ecology and evolution and environmental science programs in the Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences.
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) members can earn CEUs for some of the lectures. Teachers attending all or part of the series can qualify for graduate credit through Ashland University when combined with independent study. Contact Sharon Graper for information on graduate credit requirements and fees at 440.602.3843 or firstname.lastname@example.org.