Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Director of Marsh Botanical Garden
Kunso directs management, planning and renovation projects with the vision to develop Marsh as a resourceful university botanical garden and regional destination for its rich botanical treasures and inspirational horticultural display. He is a former Longwood Graduate Fellow at the University of Delaware and comes with many years of botanical experience with expertise in living collections curation, ex-situ conservation, and systematic botany.
Associate Director of Research
Chris manages the plant research greenhouses and growth chambers, and heads up our Integrated Pest Control program. He has a certificate in horticulture from the New York Botanical Gardens and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. Chris has been at Marsh Botanical Gardens since 2006.
Indoor Collections Horticulturist
Dave has been here for over 30 years. He got his undergraduate degree in Horticulture from Penn State and his Master’s Degree in Education from SCSU. His specialties include the desert and carnivorous plant collections along with the other tropical plants in our exhibit houses. He also works with the instructors in MCDB & EEB to provide and prepare the plants needed for the Labs taught in our greenhouses.
Bobby is a native New Haven resident, who works for himself as a landscaper when not at Marsh Botanical Garden. This New York Yankees fan has been with us since May 2008.
Reseach Greenhouse Horticulturist
Nathan came to us with experience as a grower and gardener, and has been supporting research greenhouse maintenance since January of 2021.