Using UFORE In Your Community

October 31, 2007
National Webcast
The October edition of the U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station’s Urban Natural Resources Institute (UNRI) Informational Webcast, aims to bring to you up to date on the work of Forest Service scientists who are working on urban natural resource research and development projects. It will give you a practical look at a data collection method, UFORE, utilized in Hartford, CT in the summer of 2007.


The benefits and methods of using student interns to collect field data will be highlighted in this informative presentation. 1.0 ISA CEU Credit is available for participation in the informational webcast. The CEU is available in the following areas: Certified Arborist, Utility Specialist, Municipal Specialist and BCMA.
You can log in to the webcast internet site to see the presentation, and dial-in via your telephone to hear the corresponding audio. The session will last approximately 60 minutes.
For more information, visit the Webcast Internet Site.
Related Resources:
UFORE

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