January 10, 2007 (11am-1pm)
Want to recapture the lush heritage your city once had?… Preserve the Urban Forest. Trees add value to an urban environment on many levels. How do you achieve the proper balance without jeopardizing the trees or your agency’s budget?
Hosted by the American Public Works Association (APWA), this two-hour webcast is designed to help public works professionals understand the basics of tree planting and care.
* What, when, and where to plant in your city or county landscapes
* Which tools can help you inventory your trees
* How to determine arbor health
* When to replace diseased trees
Don Cannon, Director of Public Works, Township of Lower Merion, PA
Don Cafaro, City Arborist, City of Mountain Brook, AL
Gordon Mann, Public Works Superintendent, City of Redwood City, CA
Credits and fees:
This program has been approved by APWA for .2 CEUs or 2 PDHs. The form to request these credits is included in the handouts for the program. The fee for members is $150 per site, nonmembers is $200 per site.
To register and find out more, visit the APWA.