Colin McCallum-Cook is a horticulturalist at the Arnold Arboretum, where he cares for the oak, viburnum, juniper, hornbeam, mountain laurel, and corkwood collections. He is also responsible for managing some of the Arboretum’s wilder, naturalized landscapes such as Bussey Brook, the Rockery, and the Hunnewell Meadow.
Colin has a long experience in stewarding natural and anthropogenic landscapes—particularly grasslands—as a farmer, field researcher, and botanist. Prior to joining the horticulture team at Arnold Arboretum, he managed the Meadow Garden at Longwood Gardens as a land stewardship technician. His professional interests include invasive species control, environmental restoration, invertebrate conservation, and fire ecology.
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