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Urban Forestry Team Members

The Morris Arboretum's Urban Forestry Consulting team includes both nationally and regionally recognized experts in tree care.


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Jason Lubar, Associate Director of Urban Forestry

International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Board Certified Master Arborist, ISA Qualified Tree Risk Assessor, ISA Qualified Tree and Plant Appraiser, American Society of Consulting Arborist (ASCA) member


Mr. Lubar has been a part of the Morris Arboretum's Urban Forestry Consultants for over two decades. Jason is a Penn-Del ISA Chapter Board Member and serves on various committees. He is on the Executive Board and is treasurer of TreePennsylvania a.k.a. Pennsylvania’s Urban and Community Forestry Council, is a project team member of Philly Parks and Recreation’s Urban Forest Strategic Plan, and an Urban Tree Growth and Longevity Working Group member. He provides professional training classes and workshops in arboriculture and urban forestry theory and practice, and presents at local and international tree and landscape-related conferences.

Contact Jason Lubar at 215.247.5777 x189 or lubar@upenn.edu


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Scott Todd, Urban Forestry Technician

ISA Certified Arborist (PD-2675A), American Public Gardens Association (APGA) member, International Dendrology Society (IDS) member.

Scott Todd is a licensed professional landscape architect, registered in PA since 1990. He has worked across a wide variety of sectors and has extensive experience applying geospatial technologies to landscape architecture, facilities management, global health and non-profit consulting in general. Scott earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Utah State University (1986) and a Master of Arts in Geography & Urban Studies from Temple University (1996). He has planned, designed and managed many land development projects in the Philadelphia region, and has provided Geographic Information Systems (GIS) training and implementation consulting to local, State and Federal agencies and other clients. His primary focus with Urban Forestry is to provide technical assistance in CAD and GIS technologies for university, arboretum and other consulting programs and projects.

Contact Scott Todd at 215.247.5777 x149 or satodd@upenn.edu


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Andrew Conboy, Martha S. Miller Endowed Urban Forestry Fellow

Andrew received his bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Chestnut Hill College and his master's degree in Biology from Lehigh University. In graduate school, Andrew developed a passion for trees and plants and their potential for remediating environmental issues. He previously worked at Davey Resource Group as a utility arborist on the PECO contract. In 2020, Andrew founded Colonial Canopy Trees, a local non-profit organization which aims to improve native tree coverage in our area and to engage and educate the community.

Andrew works with the Urban Forestry team to consult and assess tree health, assist with the development of reports, tree policies & standards and research as part of Urban Forestry’s impact on multiple issues. This position is supported by the Martha S. Miller & Rusty Miller Endowment.

Contact Andrew Conboy at 215.247.5777 x419 or conboya@upenn.edu


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Urban Forestry Consultants diagnose problematic tree health and safety conditions by using the most up-to-date specialty tools such as a mechanical recording resistance drill.


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Alerts & Updates

The Arboretum is closed to the public today (9/6) due to potential flooding.

The Arboretum is open as usual. Click here for hours.

Please note: The Rose Garden is closed for maintenance every Thursday morning until noon.

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.

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