These select workshops financed 100 percent through federal funds, will be offered to affected employees and owners of small businesses, including limited-English, low-literacy and hard-to-reach workers.
Bristol County Agricultural High School - Auditorium
Come join Dr. Mike Raupp and Tchukki Andersen as they teach this full-day workshop that combines all aspects of Plant Health Care (PHC) for both technicians and managers, as well as live demonstrations of PHC techniques.
This webinar will serve as an introduction to the influence of the urban forest has on storm water flows and water quality. Presenters:Robert Northrop - Extension Forester, University of Florida IFAS Extension
The ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) program provides an opportunity for professionals in the arboriculture industry to expand their knowledge through education and training in the fundamentals of tree risk assessment.
This comprehensive, two-day workshop covers Level 3 Advanced Tree Risk Assessments and is separated into two distinct components. The first day focuses on classroom activities covering risk theory and methods of non-invasive site and tree assessment and diagnosis. The second day is field based in the use of a range of invasive diagnostic tools. Earn 15 ISA CEU's including BCMA!
Join us in Omaha, Nebraska for the 2018 Trees and Utilities Conference. This conference is the chief learning and engagement event in the world for utility vegetation managers and associated urban forestry professionals.
Aspiring, new and veteran crew leaders – develop and grow your leadership, communication and personnel management skills, and learn how to apply them to strengthen your team. Participants will take an exam to earn TCIA’s new Crew Leader Qualification.
This day-long session will discuss concepts in managing the risk of many trees. Additionally, the course will detail the three levels of risk assessments and when it is appropriate to use each one. CEU credits : 7
The World Forum on Urban Forests will bring together representatives of national and local governments, research and academic institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), urban planners, urban foresters, arborists, landscape architects and designers and professionals from many other sectors to exchange experience and lessons learned, and discuss possible long-term collaboration on the development of urban forestry strategies and the identification of nature-based solutions towards a greener, healthier, and happier future.