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Paul Meyer, an administrator at the Arboretum for a decade and a half, was named to the directorship post earlier this month. The Arboretum is a 166-acre horticultural facility in Chestnut Hill. During his time there, Meyer has served as the curator for the Arboretum's living collection. While at the Arboretum, Meyer also spearheaded programs to introduce new plantlife from the wild to the city environment and has also lended his horticultural talents to local communities. His work has often led him to Asia, where he was co-leader of a U.S. National Arboretum Plant Exploration trip to South Korea and also was part of plant expeditions to China and Taiwan. - Michael Sirolly

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