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Adam Graves has spent the last five years at the San Diego Zoo horticulture department, managing the browse program, the arborist team, and currently as director of the department. He is interested in all things “plant,” and has a soft spot for carnivorous plants, bamboo and Australian trees. He will share his expertise in the horticultural aspect of the zoo - what is planted and how it is used. He has been passionate about horticulture and agriculture for many years. He received his M.A. in Biology from Miami University, B.S. in Biology from UCSD and has an A.S. from City College in their Urban Agriculture program. His career experience includes volunteer work at the San Diego Natural History Museum, managing a small sustainable farm for a San Diego non-profit, horticultural consulting for UCSD and the global ARC community garden and volunteering at Wild Willow Sustainable Farm.
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