A Seminar on Smart and Attractive Design | Nov. 13, 2017
National Program Promotes Volunteerism | Oct. 25, 2017
| Oct. 17, 2017
“Benefits of Trees in Urban and Community Landscapes” by Matt Arnn, Regional Landscape Architect, USDA Forest Service Northeast Area: an introduction to watershed forestry design concepts, planning techniques and storm water management practices that demonstrate how urban landscapes can be healthier, better functioning and more attractive resources for communities.
“Finding Space for Trees in Urban and Community Landscapes” by Greg Dahle of Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, New Brunswick, NJ: understand the soil volumes that trees need for successful establishment and development; learn options for tree protection during development, planting in and around parking lots, and increasing street tree plantings.
Representatives of Cooperative Extension and NYS Department of Environmental Conservation will be available to discuss street tree issues. Attendees receive a comprehensive resource packet. Approval is pending for two CEU credits for ISA and NYS registered landscape architects.
Pre-registration is required by March 28. The workshop fee is $10 per person. The first 25