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Establishing a Community Tree Workshops AUG 1 & 7

A workshop, Establishing A Community Tree Program, will be offered on the University of New Mexico campus in Albuquerque. The goal of the four-hour workshop is to empower communities to implement a tree management plan and care for their community trees.
When Aug 01, 2012 10:00 AM to
Aug 07, 2012 12:00 PM
Where University of New Mexico
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Are you responsible for the planting, or care of your community trees? Then you should plan on attending. We will look at a community tree master plan, a tree inventory, assess the benefits of urban trees, and quantify the rewards that healthy trees and good management bring to the community. We will review the resources available to help you develop and implement an effective program for your trees.


The workshop will be lead by Bryan Suhr, ISA Board Certified Master Arborist, and Ms. Kelly Washburn, Urban and Community Program Manager, NM State Forestry. Kelly is your key to developing an effective community tree program. Also assisting are ISA Certified Arborists, Alan Billau and Adam Barber on the staff at UNM.

Workshops are scheduled for August 1st and 7th 2012 starting at 10:00AM

Contact Bryan Suhr for reservation bsuhr@unm.edu the workshop is FREE…but you must pre-register to receive a parking pass and directions. Preregister by Friday July 27th for the August 1st workshop and by August 3rd for the August 7th workshop. Lunch is not provided.
Space is limited to twenty-five attendees at each workshop.

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