Community and Urban Forestry
These four-day short courses teach the basics of arboriculture (tree care), including tree biology, tree risk assessment, tree planting, and other topics.
One-hour webinars held at noon on the second Tuesday of each month cover a variety of topics from arboriculture, includes landscape design, land use planning and regulatory policy.
This workshop series is intended to address OSHA 29CFR Part 1910.331-.335, which requires that employers of residential/commercial tree workers who may be exposed to energized electrical conductors during normal tree care or urban forestry operations document that they annually provide appropriate electrical hazards training for their employees.
Learn how "Green Infrastructure" such as open space, forests, parks, street trees, rain gardens, green roofs, permeable pavers, and rain barrels are helping to conserve viable natural resources and capture, infiltrate and evapo-transpire rain where it falls.
Full-day workshops teach Low-Impact Development (LID) and other design and policy basics for better managing municipal storm water.
A training program that empowers concerned residents to make dramatic strides towards restoring and caring for the tree canopy in their communities.