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TREE Fund Webinars

TREE Fund webinars bring you the latest in tree research, directly from the scientists themselves. These one-hour programs are free and offer 1 CEU credit from ISA, SAF or NALP. Pre-registration is highly recommended; in doing so, you’ll receive a reminder email the day before the program. Many thanks to our hosts – Utah State University Forestry Extension and Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands and Alabama Cooperative Extension System. 

 

 

Mark your calendar for our 2018 webinars!

Dr. Michael Arnold, Texas A&M University

“Do Planting Stock Decisions Really Make Much Difference Down The Road?”

February 22 at 12:00 p.m. Central

 

Dr. Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University

“Invasive Insects of Shade Trees: A 30 Year Perspective from Colorado”

May 2 at 12:00 p.m. Mountain

Dr. Brian Kane, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

“Arboricultural Biomechanics”

August 23 at 12:00 p.m. Central

Dr. Dan Herms

EAB

November 14 at 12:00 p.m. Mountain

(translate to your time zone HERE)

 

Watch Previous TREE Fund Webinars

Note: CEU credit is only available for live broadcast.

Drought Tolerance in Trees – Improving Tree Selection for Challenging Urban Sites

Dr. Andrew Hirons (Myerscough College, U.K.) – November 2017

Municipal Forestry Baseline, Trends, and Dashboard

Dr. Richard Hauer (U. of Wisconsin – Stevens Point) – September 2017

Soil Profile Rebuilding: Rehabilitating Compacted Soils

Dr. Susan Day (Virginia Tech) – June 2017

Supporting Materials:

 

Tree Risk Assessment – Perceptions, Reality, and Reliability

Dr. Andew Koeser (U. of Florida) – April 2017

Dr. Bryant Scharenbroch, University of Wisconsin

Soil Compaction and Urban Trees: Strategies for Gaining Ground

Dr. Bryant Scharenbroch (U. of Wisconsin – Stevens Point) – November 2016

Supporting Materials:

Dr. Ed Gilman, University of Florida

An Approach to Pruning You Won’t Forget

Dr. Ed Gilman (U. of Florida) – May 2016

Dr. Nina Bassuk, Cornell University

Strategies for Successful Urban Tree Growth in Wet and Dry Sites

Dr. Nina Bassuk (Cornell University) – Sept 2015

Dr. Rich Hauer, Univerity of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Emerald Cash Borer: It Will Cost You Money-Ways to Manage the Ash Cash Flow

Dr. Rich Hauer (U. of Wisconsin – Stevens Pt.) – April 2015

Need funding? You have come to the right place.

Applications for competitive research grants, the Ohio Chapter ISA Education Grant Program, and all scholarships open Jan. 15.

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