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Tree Care and Management Workshops – Don’t Miss Out

  16/03/2017
Last Updated:  16/03/2017

DON'T MISS OUT!

BOOK YOUR TRAINING COURSE IN TREE CARE & MANAGEMENT TODAY!

Don't miss out on the opportunity to attend our forthcoming Mapping Urban Tree Canopy Workshops at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) in London. The one-day workshops are designed for those responsible for tree care and management in local government, communities, consultants, urban foresters, non-profit tree organisations, community leaders, environmental consultants, planners and geographers.

Please click on the links below for full details and pricing information.

Mapping Urban Tree Canopy: Tuesday, 21st March

Discussing the importance of the canopy, this course will cover:

  • Familiarisation with different methods for assessing canopy cover at different spatial scales.
  • Using canopy data with other datasets such as health, crime and house prices.
  • Practical demonstration and hands on use of these methods
  • Interpretation and use of canopy data

Using i-Tree V6: Wednesday, 22nd March

Introducing iTree Eco, this workshop explores the following:

  • Familiarisation with how to use the software, setting up a project, entering and editing data.
  • Submitting data for processing. Exploring the results.
  • Interpretation and use of the data.

To book your place on either of these courses, please download an interactive booking form or email go@rgs.org.