PhD, Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MS, Plant Science, University of Idaho
BS, Urban Forestry, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
BS, Forest Management, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Bryant Scharenbroch’s Soil Science Lab
Bryant Scharenbroch is the author of more than 16 technical articles and has presented The Morton Arboretum Soil Science Laboratory’s findings on urban soil quality and tree growth; soil compaction; compost tea and other amendments for urban trees; best management practices; and many other topics at more than 75 conferences, symposia, workshops and other venues. He teaches urban soil science at The Morton Arboretum and other institutions and has mentored more than 40 graduate and undergraduate students from colleges and universities across the nation. He is an organizer of the Midwest Urban Tree Care Forum, an annual conference for college students interested in arboriculture and related professions. He is the vice chair of the International Society of Arboriculture’s Urban Tree Growth & Longevity Working Group and is associate editor of the journal Arboriculture and Urban Forestry.
2013 curriculum vitae