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Please visit https://ambler.temple.edu/become-ambler-arboretum-volunteer to fill out a volunteer interst form.
We are seeking skilled and enthusiastic volunteers to adopt various gardens throughout the arboretum for care and maintenance underneath the supervision of Arboretum staff. Volunteers with previous experience volunteering in public gardens or who have worked in the horticulture industry are being sought to help maintain the various garden areas throughout the Temple University Ambler Arboretum.
The schedule is flexible and the volunteer will get to know the garden throughout the seasons, working with Arboretum staff to determine a plan of action, goals and weekly activities in the space.
Gardens to choose from include:
The Viola Anders Herb Garden The Louise Bush-Brown Formal Perennial Garden The Woodland Garden The Ground Cover Garden The Formal Native Plant Garden The Louise Stein Fisher Garden (dwarf evergreens) The Albright Winter Garden The Colibraro Conifer Garden The Ernesta Ballard Healing Garden The Sustainable Wetland Garden
Please contact us to schedule a tour of the spaces and to discuss volunteer needs and expectations within each garden.
Currently, volunteer opportunities are available only to persons ages 18 and over.
508 Meetinghouse Road, Administration Building, Ambler, PA 19002, US
Ambler Arboretum is a historic site of horticulture, agriculture and design within an institution of higher learning. The Arboretum serves as a living laboratory for students and the community, focusing on sustainability, the health benefits of gardens and the history of women in horticulture, agriculture and design.
Temple University Ambler has a long history of horticulture and landscape design. Established as the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women in 1910, the 187-acre campus represents a unique mix of natural and designed landscapes. The gardens serve as excellent outdoor learning laboratories for numerous classes and as a source of inspiration for the campus and local communities.
The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University has a diverse range of learning gardens, from formal perennial gardens to a green roof garden, which provide a rich diversity of garden experiences.
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Temple University Ambler Arboretum508 Meetinghouse RdAmbler, PA19002