The Morris Arboretum's Urban Forestry Consulting team includes both nationally and regionally recognized experts in tree care.
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Board Certified Master Arborist, ISA Qualified Tree Risk Assessor, American Society of Consulting Arborist (ASCA) member
Mr. Lubar has been a part of the Morris Arboretum's Urban Forestry Consultants for over a decade. Jason is a PennDel ISA Board Member and serves on Penn-Del’s Nursery Quality Task Force. He also is on the Executive Board and is treasurer of the Pennsylvania’s Urban and Community Forestry Council. Before joining Morris Arboretum, he served as a consultant and employee of various local urban forestry groups and related organizations. He co-founded the Wissahickon Stewardship Program; a community-based natural resource management program in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park and has been involved in many other environmental programs.
Contact Jason Lubar at 215.247.5777 x189 or email@example.com
Mr. Wells has 35 years of experience as the owner of a private tree care firm in Princeton, New Jersey. He graduated from Cook College, Rutgers University with a B.S. in plant sciences, and is a NJ Certified Tree Expert and an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Board Certified Master Arborist. Mr. Wells is also an active member of the Tree Care Industry Association and the American Society of Consulting Arborists. Mr. Wells has served as the chair of the Princeton Township Shade Tree Commission for 15 years.
Contact Robert Wells at 215.247.5777 x144 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Trish Kemper graduated from Temple University in 2015 with a Master’s degree in landscape architecture. The MLA program has a strong emphasis on ecological restoration with many environmental courses including, native woody plants, forest ecology and wetland ecology. Trish’s thesis/capstone project was the design of a 48 acre park at the confluence of the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers on the active U.S. Army Corps dredge facility that could be the final node along the Schuylkill River Trail. The design included pedestrian trails, boardwalks and overlooks through a recreated freshwater tidal marsh, an Atlantic coastal plains forest, wet meadows and upland forests. Her career goal is to use her knowledge of design, native plants and sustainable practices to create inviting and ecologically beneficial open spaces. Previously, she has interned at the Wissahickon Vally Watershed Association and worked at Leon’s Garden World in Wilmington, Delaware. On the weekends, Trish enjoys playing guitar, gardening, and hiking and birding with her family throughout Pennsylvania.
Parking Lot Closed September 21, 22 and 23.
Morris Arboretum’s parking lot is being repaved September 21, 22 and 23. Our parking lot is a demonstration lot for its sustainability. Installed 25 years ago as one of the first of its kind, the parking lot has filtered into the earth about 31,863,304 gallons of precipitation from the Wissahickon watershed. But the time has come for it to be renewed.
The entire parking lot will be closed September 21, 22 and 23. Auxiliary parking will be available at the bottom of the hill (near the kiosk) and shuttle service will be provided to the top of the hill. ADA access will be limited. No buses will be permitted beyond the kiosk.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are committed to keeping our parking lot sustainable and our visitors safe. Thanks for your patience.The Arboretum is open as usual. Click here for hours.
Weather conditions may limit garden access to certain features even if the garden is open – please check the web site or call (215) 247-5777 for updates before visiting. Our visitors’ safety in the garden is our top priority. Therefore when inclement weather is predicted, we will make decisions about closing the garden accordingly.