This two-part workshop will provide a comprehensive
overview and guide for why and how large wood can be added to headwater (first order) streams to improve their function and habitat value.
We are all familiar with the damage than can be caused in our landscapes by gypsy moth and winter moth. However, there are numerous leaf-chewing insects that also demand our attention. Did you know that it is not only the Order Lepidoptera that sports some voracious defoliators? Representatives from the Hymenoptera include the dogwood sawfly and the European pine sawfly and Coleopterans such as the imported willow leaf beetle can also be pests. See examples of the damage these defoliators can create and explore management techniques to keep them at bay.
It's all about safety. When you're working hard, and putting yourself in potentially dangerous situations, you need to have confidence that your equipment will serve you well. We'll look at what's new in climbing and rigging line for today's professional arborist including the importance of rope energy absorption capability, the latest inspection protocol, rope replacement recommendations, ergonomics, and fiber technologies -- all of which are designed to keep you safer and improve productivity.
The Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and USDA Northern Forests Climate Hub are offering the Forest Adaptation Planning and Practices training as an online course for urban foresters and natural resource managers (7, 1.5 hour sessions).
A two part workshop (Participants attending Workshop II must first
attend Workshop I)
Workshop II: A practitioner’s guide to adding large wood in NH’s first order streams. This workshop is a hands-on workshop designed for contractors interested in learning how to add wood to streams following the specifications of the NH Fish and Game Department, the NH Department of
Environmental Services, and the Natural Resources
New England Grows is a 3 day event being held from 29th November to the 1st December 2017 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) in Boston, United States Of America. The horticulture show that has established its name by cutting edge contemporary show of green industry will again be coming in front of audience. Over hundred exhibitors are going to present, supply the brightest ideas, the hottest plants, and the latest technology from the horticulture industry.
This workshop will be given in Spanish to attendees to make them aware of the hazards all tree care workers face when they work around energized electrical conductors. This awareness is an essential part of basic tree care safety. It is recommended that all people who work in tree care take an EHAP course.
This one day workshop will be led by Leo Roldan, Certified Arborist, Certified Tree Worker Specialist, Certified Aerial Lift Specialist, Certified Treecare Safety Professional and TCIA EHAP instructor.