Through these undergraduate and graduate student presentations, current research pertaining to public horticulture will be shared and discussed. These student presentations provide a valuable opportunity for established professionals to learn new and exciting findings from their future peers.
Listed below are the topics and presenters from the 2019 Annual Conference:
- An Assessment of the Hamamelidaceae in Global Living Collections Presenter: C. Meholic, University of Delaware Botanic Gardens, Newark, Delaware
- Biology and Epidemiology of a Common Plant Pathogen and Its Host Plant Presenter: M. Bradshaw, University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Seattle, Washington
- Model for an Innovative Volunteer Program at a University Botanical Garden Presenter: A. Kimbrell, University of Tennessee Gardens, Knoxville, Tennessee
- Ash Trees, the Environment, and People: Interpreting Ecological and Cultural Significance of Ash Tree Relations Presenter: B. Hopkins, Cornell Botanic Gardens, Ithaca, New York
- Maximum Impact: Developing Effective Programs to Achieve your Gardens’ Mission Presenter: A. Gillis, Penn State Graduate Research Fellow at Mt. Cuba Center, Hockessin, Delaware
- Accessibility in Philadelphia Public Gardens: An Assessment of America's Garden Capital Presenter: E. Clark, Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania