Urban Forestry Today Free Webinar Series
Attracting Wildlife & Obtaining Benefits from Urban Trees
Speakers: Tierney Bocsi, University of Massachusetts
12:00-1:00 pm, Thursday, June 13
Watch the archived noonhour (Eastern) webcast with Tierney Bocsi, she discusses strategies & research findings regarding attracting wildlife & maximizing benefits from urban trees. Attend live and receive free ISA/MCA CEU's by visiting www.joinwebinar.com and entering: 623-824-819.
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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.
Future Tree Fund Webinars: Registration will open approximately one month before the program date.
Cultivating Innovation: Documenting 15 Years of TREE Fund Research Impact
May 29, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. Central
Speakers: Dr. Rich Hauer, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and Dr. Andrew Koeser, University of Florida
Join Dr. Andrew Koeser (University of Florida) and Dr. Richard Hauer (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point) where they will share highlights of their report, “A 2018 Assessment of TREE Fund’s Research Grant Program: Research Outputs, Outcomes & Impacts” – from facts and figures to more personal accounts from industry leaders on how TREE Fund has impacted their professional lives. You may be surprised to learn what commonly accepted practices trace their origins to TREE Fund research projects!
Earn 1.0 CEU from ISA, SAF, or NALP for live broadcast. Space is limited so be sure to sign up early!
Remediating Compacted Soils Compromised by Urban Construction
June 11, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. Mountain
Dr. Nina Bassuk, Cornell University
Earn 1.0 CEU from ISA, SAF, NALP or LACES for live broadcast
Soils are inevitably compacted and regraded or paved over. We have developed techniques that can remediate these degraded soils and provide a long-term solution towards creating a sustainable landscape post construction. When paving is not involved, we developed the ‘Scoop and Dump’ method soil remediation and have followed its effects over 12 years of practice, measuring soil health and plant growth over the long term. Briefly, it involves incorporating significant volumes of compost with a backhoe to create veins of compost for root growth and drainage in previously compacted soil. Moreover, this compost injection feeds the microorganisms which aid in soil aggregate formation the release of nutrients. This low impact solution to improving degraded soils holds real promise to help green the urban environment.
Can We Vaccinate Trees to Protect Against Diseases?
August 29, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. Central
Dr. Glynn Percival, Bartlett Tree Experts Research Laboratory, UK
Health Benefits of City Trees: Research Evidence & Economic Values
November 19, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. Mountain
Dr. Kathleen Wolf, University of Washington