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Public horticulture career video features Michael Dosmann (PhD ’07)

Michael Dosmann (PhD ’07), now curator of living collections at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum, is one of the professionals featured in a series of videos by the Center for Public Horticulture.

I wear 365 different hats — one for every day of the year, I think. But it’s great. … My job is to make sure our collection [of about 15,000 plants] is a living, breathing entity. … The rewarding part is telling stories about trees. Every plant has a story or two — or 10 or 100.

More video advice from Michael on careers in public horticulture.

View the rest of the videos.

Information about undergraduate and graduate programs at Cornell (including Public Garden Leadership) that can help prepare you for careers in public horticulture.

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