Dr. Grabosky is an Associate Professor at Rutgers University
A Central New York native, Dr. Grabosky is the John and Eleanor Kuser Faculty Scholar in Urban and Community Forestry in the Ecology Evolution and Natural Resources Department at Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. He is the primary inventor on a US patent for a modified soil that enhances root growth in urban environments. His research focuses on tree-pavement design and management issues. He teaches classes in tree care and urban forestry.
IASHK 2011: Balancing Trees & Urban Spaces
Partial List of Research Papers
- Urban tree management in the development and maintenance of urban landscapes.
- Dealing with Root-Pavement Conflicts in Urban-Suburban New Jersey